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Teaching 6th grade

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Teaching 6th grade. Get inspired and try out new things.
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“READ WITH A PENCIL - Nice anchor chart to annotate and make sense of text http://t.co/fiq7NhcKQQ #edchat #plaea”

How are you teaching about cause and effect in your upper elementary classroom? In fourth and fifth grade I use a number of different strategies (hands-on lessons, anchor charts, picture books, and more!) to make sure that my students grasp this important concept. Take a look!

How are you teaching about cause and effect in your upper elementary classroom? In fourth and fifth grade I use a number of different strategies (hands-on lessons, anchor charts, picture books, and more!) to make sure that my students grasp this important concept. Take a look!

Use these 15 exit ticket ideas for any subject or grade level! These exit ticket questions and prompts will work to assess elementary, middle, or high school students. The exit slip template ideas can also be used digitally in your Google Classroom. Exit tickets are perfect for gathering valuable data and guiding instruction. Start using these versatile prompts with your students today! #reading #science #321 #formative via @literacyinfocus

15 exit ticket ideas for any subject or grade level! These exit ticket questions and prompts will work to assess elementary, middle, or high school students.

ELA - In 50 Minutes a Day! | Musings from the Middle School | Bloglovin’

For my entire career, I've had a lengthy block of time to teach ELA. (Note: For my district, ELA encompasses all the English Language Arts Common Core Standards.) At most, I've had 106 minutes, and at

Introducing your students to figurative language can be fun with picture books. Use these figurative language activities to help your students practice.

Introducing your students to figurative language can be fun with picture books. Use these figurative language activities to help your students practice.

Ever struggled to help your middle grade students pick books? Or struggled to remember the titles of books you know your students will love? Or struggled to help students who love books in a certain genre or certain category, but don't know what to suggest next?

Description These genre based book recommendation lists are the perfect solution to help teachers and students find books based on interests. This FREE resource includes six pages of genre based recommendations with book lists in 22 different categories or genres. Ever struggled to help your middle grade students pick books? Or struggled to remember the titles of books you know your students will love? Or struggled to help students who love books in a certain genre or certain category, but…

The Science Duo knows the pressure to reach all of your students can be overwhelming. Learn how their S.C.I.E.N.C.E. Station Labs can make it possible.

Let’s get right down to business. As a teacher, you are constantly searching for tools to help engage ALL of your students within your daily lessons. Unfortunately, many of you are also often faced…