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My Favorite Book writing piece--photo of child holding book--how sweet!

Silhouette Autobiographies and Read Across America

Your students will love interacting with Shadow.  They will learn editing skills from this classroom visitor, who is writing challenged.  Children love trying to find where Shadow is sleeping as they enter your room each morning.  Make learning and morning work fun with this classroom character!

Bat Morning Message - Morning Work -Traditional and Digital Classrooms

October Morning Message - Morning Work - For Traditional and Digital Classrooms--- This is so fun!

5 of My Favorite Non-Fiction Series to Engage Readers. FREEBIES to go with each book series. Perfect for elementary and upper grades.

Teach Your Child to Read - 5 of My Favorite Non-Fiction Series to Engage Readers. FREEBIES to go with each book series. Perfect for elementary and upper grades. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future.

Use Paint chips and binder rings to make a booklet of powerful verbs and adjectives.

AWESOME - not the paint samples necessarily, but more "core" words to use to illustrate importance of strong and specific verbs in writing! Use paint cards for teaching the Common Core Language standard about "Shades of Meaning"

Opinion Writing Launch Lesson- boy did we have fun today!

Shared Writing: This is another good anchor chart that can be made between the teacher and students. It represents what an opinion piece looks like.

Award-winning poet Kristine OConnell George, author of several successful picture books, now turns her attention to the middle school experience. The first year brings an array of challenges: making n

Poetry: In this book of poetry the author explores the trials and tribulations of the first year of middle school. Students will relate to the emotions of exploring middle school while getting exposed to several types of poetry!

Don't Read This Book! by Jill Lewis, http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1405236426/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_pqQ-rb1535D25

Fun book to read to my class - they love seeing teacher get in trouble for reading a book!

Lost! Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Great writing lesson for using adjectives and being more descriptive

Create a snowman, and describe the snowman so that others can find the one that is yours. Very cute for a Winter Writing board! (Use as introductory descriptive writing activity with dogs.

Text Feature Scavenger Hunts - have students create an interactive anchor chart! Includes free download.

Go on a nonfiction text features scavenger hunt with your or grade students. Includes a FREE text feature scavenger hunt printable.

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