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Paint Sample Storytelling: Paint samples often have unique and interesting names such as Western Sand, Beach Basket, and Mermaid Tear. These names make the perfect story-starters to inspire creative storytelling. He may already be picturing a California beach picnic interrupted by a crying mermaid—what a story!
Would you like to decorate your classroom with fun, hand-drawn anchor charts/posters? Do you simply not have the time to get them done? Well, you have come to the perfect place! I love making these engaging and appealing anchor charts. I also can draw/create any other topic you would like, just contact me directly and ask! My students absolutely love these posters and references them every day. Many of them are visual learners, so the colorful images really help them connect and remember what th
In need of a step-by-step process for teaching middle school students how to write an argument essay? From setting a purpose to writing the counterclaim, this is exactly how I teach argumentative writing to my 6th, 7th, and 8th graders. It’s argumentative writing made easy!
Paint Chip Poetry Ideas and How to Do Them Without Guilt!
Great Ideas And Tips For Teaching Poetry. Poetry reveals many aspects of life that they may not get to experience or witness first hand. Poetry may speak some ‘truth’ about how others live and that helps build empathy with our students. Read on for 6 ways you can set your students interest ablaze for poetry! Grades 4-12 | Middle School ELA | High School English
These poetry books for kids are perfect to welcome National Poetry Month, or any poetry unit into your upper elementary classroom. Your students will love these fun poems and poets, like classic poets like Shel Silverstein and new poets, too! Teachers add these fun and free printables to your language arts lesson plans to engage your students. Click to read more and scoop up some poetry freebies, too!