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This IEP Snapshot is a great way to give general education teachers the necessary information about the special education students that they have in their classroom.
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Daily Reading Review homework and morning work have proven to be the most effective resource for improving reading comprehension skills. Learn about my Reading Spiral Review System and why teachers love it. Reading Comprehension Passages with Text Dependent Questions | Perfect for Reading Homework, Morning Work, Close Reading, Reading Centers
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This anchor chart is a great way to teach or review sentences and fragments! Everything you need to make this anchor chart is included in the download: *Anchor Chart Title "What's a Sentence?" *2 bowls that explain the difference between a sentence and fragment *20 scoops of ice-cream (10 with a sentence/10 with a fragment)
Comparing Fiction and Nonfiction - Do your students need help understanding the differences between fiction vs nonfiction texts? These printables are perfect for making an anchor chart for your classroom as your students are learning to distinguish between fiction and nonfiction.