Category Archives : 6th Grade


FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Nonfiction Text Features Posters with Monsters”

by Spatial Projects

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

Do you need fun and engaging nonfiction text features posters? This FREEBIE includes full pages of eight different text features such as title, table of contents, graphic aids, labels, glossary, index, maps and highlighted text. All posters include the name of the text feature, its purpose, and an example.

Looking for interactive nonfiction units for science and literacy centers? You can find them here:
All About Harp Seals
All About Orcas
All About Arctic Foxes
All About Polar Bears
All About Deer
All About Owls
All About Rabbits
All About Raccoons
All About Squirrels
All About Honeybees
All About Butterflies
All About Ants
All About Dragonflies
All About Ladybugs
All About Elephants
All About Giraffes
All About Lions
All About Rhinoceros
All About Zebras
All About Cats
All About Dogs
All About Goldfish
All About Parrots
All About Turtles

OTHER SPATIAL PROJECT FREEBIES
Nonfiction Author’s Purpose
Nonfiction Graphic Organizers
Penguin Nonfiction Unit Lapbook and Craft Pattern

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We Teach So Hard Episode 7: Organization Intervention

The dust has settled and the new school year has begun. Your desk is piled with papers and the name tags on your students’ desks have begun to peel. How do you maintain your classroom organization when you’re drowning in a tidal wave of paper work, reports, data folders, assessments and ungraded papers? Join us as we discuss organizational tricks…like hosting an after school bonfire to manage your paper work…Anyone have the marshmallows?…. JUST KIDDING! Kind of. 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Halloween Treat Bag Topper FREEBIE”

by CrunchyMom

Pre-Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

Here’s some Halloween treat bag toppers for your kiddos and families. There’s room for you to add your own message on the back and personalize each treat. There are two different treat toppers included in this freebie. They will fit any standard 6 1/2″ snack and quart size bag, just add the treat of your choice, then fold and staple or tape the topper on.

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Learning to read sounds in French

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Learning to read sounds in French

 

Product Description

Les sons – from my Learn to Read series features 96 flashcards to help students learn French. The cards teach students the different sounds as well as vocabulary with pictures to facilitate the reading process.

The following sounds are highlighted:

– ch – ou – ui – en, em – an – au
– eau – in – om – ein – oi – on
– eu – gu – gn – ai – ei – er
– qu – ille – ail – eille – euille –
– ien – illon

It’s teaching made easy!

Total Pages
90 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
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Free Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters

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Super Hero Themed Parts of Speech Posters (FREE)

 

Product Description

FREE Super Hero themed Parts of Speech Posters are a great visual way to teach students to remember the nature of words. This is a great addition to any language arts class.

You may also be interested in:
Sentences – Grammar Circles for easy and effective grammar
Parts of Speech Grammar Circles (Superhero Themed)

Total Pages
10 pages
Answer Key
N/A
Teaching Duration
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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Rainbow Acrostic Poem FREEBIE”

by Elena Weiss

Kindergarten – 8th Grade

 

 

Use this round rainbow poem template to create a simple rainbow display.
Simply cut out the round template and glue to a colorful plate (not included).
Arrange all plates to form a class rainbow or display individually.
With this freebie you get 2 templates.
1 with solid black letters and 1 with black outlined letters (so students can color their own)

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Thanks so much! Elena

Your feedback is so important and greatly appreciated!
©elena weiss 2018
All rights reserved by the author.
Permission to copy for classroom use only.
This product is to be used by a single teacher.
Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school or school system is prohibited.
This product may not be displayed or distributed digitally for public view without written permission from the author.

 

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Compare and Contrast – Things That Go! A-J Advanced Grammar ESL Unit”

by Fun To Teach

1st – 6th Grade

 

 

Things That Go! A-J Advanced Grammar ESL ELD Unit

Make tracks into transportation!
Steer your way into an exciting unit of vehicles and things that go.

THINGS THAT GO focuses on the grammatical forms necessary to describe and to compare/contrast. This set contains 5 reproducible units one at each level of language instruction: Beginning, Intermediate, and Advanced. Each unit has approximately 51 pages.
This unit includes:
-Picture cards
-Picture cards with words
-Say It Quick picture sheets
-Sliders
-Game boards and game cards
-Grammatical forms to go with each lesson.
-Word lists for topic vocabulary, nouns, verbs, idioms, and more
-Lesson plans that connect grammatical forms to two language functions
-Songs and Chants
-Assessment rubric
-Student booklets

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We Teach So Hard…Episode #6…Building Relationships 101

 

In this latest episode of WE TEACH SO HARD, we explore ways to build relationships with parents and students and share some humor along the way. Give it a listen for some tips and tricks to make your start to the school year smooth one.

I had to miss recording this podcast so I wanna share some advice from my many years, on the front lines, as a middle school teacher.  The kids are a different breed, pubescent, beautiful, intelligent, wonderful to teach, great sense of humor, with one foot in childhood and the other in adolescence. Once those hormones take over, teaching them becomes more of a challenge.

  • Have morning meetings, many children come from conflicted homes and just need time to get things off their chests.
  • Once they’re able to say what’s on their minds, most will be able to get to work.
  • Talk to them, be humanistic, use humor and be able to laugh at yourself, if you make mistake admit to it, they’ll realize everyone makes mistakes and that’s ok.
  • Find the time to talk to them. It will help you understand what makes them tick. I spent time during home room chatting with each student. It means the world to them and they’ll remember you for it.
  • Keep in contact with parents, let them know that you truly care for their child, and are there for them. #halfthebattleiswon
  • Be  yourself when speaking with parents, joke with them, it breaks the ice. Let them see your true personality as well as your humanity.
  • This is a biggee!!! If you have something negative to say about Johnny, begin with the positive and end with a positive. It’ll make parents feel a little better and they’ll respect what you have to say much more. Best of all, you’ll be working as a team for the betterment of their child.
  • When you need help with something, ask the parents, they’ll be there with bells on. When my students wrote and performed Greek plays, parents helped with costumes/scenery. annnd of course loved seeing their child’s performance.
  • If a parent gets angry and says something you don’t like, don’t react with anger. Take a deep breath, answer calmly and honestly.  I know, I know, sometimes you just wanna use some 4 letter words and tell them off, but don’t do it!

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Misspelled Words Crossword Puzzle

 

 

Perfect for September! Eliminate most common spelling errors from start, and help your students enjoy it at the same time. This research-based crossword puzzle includes 90 words that are often misspelled, even by adults. Great for homework, seatwork, and learning centers. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Misspelled-Words-Crossword-Puzzle-3733787


FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “FREE Book Review Labels/Inserts: Classroom Library and More!”

by Secondary Sara

1st – 12th Grade

 

 

Give your classroom library a word-of-mouth makeover, and give students ownership of recommending (and choosing) their own books!

The template makes labels that fit inside the cover of almost any paperback or hardcover novel. (When cut out, it is approximately 3.5×6”, and I haven’t had trouble taping it inside even my small paperbacks so far!)

The form is quick and easy for students to fill out, and it tells students what they REALLY want to know about a book before they begin reading, including difficulty level, whether or not it’s engaging, and if the book is “worth it”.

BONUS: You also get a blank template in case you want to rate books with a different scale or ask different questions! 🙂

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Spelling Flip Book

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Spelling Flip Book

 

Product Description

The Spelling Flip Book is designed to help young learners become familiar with spelling rules and to incorporate them into their work.

Students can color and personalize their flip books to enhance the spelling learning experience.

I always like encouraging my students to use their flip books as reference sheets when they are working to promote good spelling habits. The goal is that eventually, by using the flip book when working, the student will begin to remember common errors made in the past and correct them. I have had much success with this strategy in my classes.

I’ve also included a color copy and an answer key – a total of 18 pages. 

It’s teaching made easy!

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Total Pages
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Answer Key
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FREE MISC. LESSON – “FREEBIE Dealing with Difficult Parents: Unexpected On-the-Job Training”

by Aspire to Inspire Classroom Resources

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

 

Dealing with difficult parents is a part of the job that Teacher Ed classes don’t cover. Talk about experiential learning! This short document includes tips on interacting with parents in professional and respectful ways based on (sometimes painful) lessons learned by an experienced teacher. A helpful resource on parent communication for first-year teachers and any teacher who wants to know he or she is not alone in facing these uncomfortable situations!

Document your parent communication with this easy-to-use Parent Meeting and Conference Documentation Form.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Analyzing Fiction Activity: Tell Me a Story”

by Connie

6th – 12th Grade

 

 

This FREE activity enables Middle School and High School students to develop both their analytic and creative skills.

First, the students review a list of 12 qualities of Strong Fiction and analyze their personal examples for each of the various criteria. For an activity that focuses on this aspect of writing, check out
Writing: Critique Group Exit Slip

Next, they write examples of Specific Characters, General Objects, Specific Objects, Adjectives, Abstract Nouns and Setting on 3′ x5′ pieces of construction paper color-coded to match the topics.

Finally, they select the basic bones of their story from the cards the class made in the prior segment of this activity and then they write either an individual story or a collaborative piece in groups of three. Whichever writing idea teachers don’t select can be used for another lesson at a later date. This idea will jump-start their thinking Writing: Start Strong!

This Common Core and Bloom’s Taxonomy aligned activity offers students a chance to analyze fiction for specific criteria, and to exhibit how they can combine these criteria with the elements of literature to create a durable story that SHOWS instead of TELLS.

Using a class-created Strong Fiction criteria list, students analyze writing for the qualities they chose as the most important, and then they create their own stories. Students love to tell stories. Let them do this in writing where they can combine their creative ideas with their growing writing and thinking skills.

Get more details about this idea on my blog:http://teachitwrite.blogspot.com/2013/06/tell-me-story.html

Here’s another idea to download that will promote deeper comprehension as well as creative and narrative writing skills –
Writing Activity: Write Right-Great Beginnings!

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Je travaille mon vocabulaire: La salle de classe {French Vocabulary Practice}”

by Ms Joanne

1st – 10th Grade

 

 

Help your beginning French language students develop their vocabulary by playing a matching game, illustrating simple sentences, reading the words in context and making up silly sentences. Use the included illustrated word wall to introduce the new target vocabulary and as a reference tool for students. This resource was developed for Grade 1 French Immersion students but could be used effectively with most beginning French classes. {La description en français se trouve ci-dessous, suivant l’anglais}

This set practices 18 words. Using the materials in this packet, students can practice the target vocabulary in numerous ways:
Play an active matching game that lets them walk around the classroom. Students look for their matching card by asking and answering questions in French using the target vocabulary. Detailed instructions are included.
• Use the matching game cards for a “concentration” game in small groups.
Read sentences using the target vocabulary in context, with an image to use as a picture clue.
• Laminate the 2 pages of context sentences and use them in a reading centre, either for individual reading or in pairs.
• Cut the images from the context sentences and have the students match them up again correctly. 
• Similarly teachers can separate the images from the word wall and have the students match them up again.
Illustrate simple sentences that use the target vocabulary in context.
• Have students orally invent sentences using the target vocabulary and record them on an i-pad or other recording device. If no recording device is available students can take turns in small groups making sentences that use the target vocabulary. Silly sentences, provided they are grammatically correct, are encouraged and can be modeled ahead of time by the teacher.
• Students can listen to the recorded sentences and write down their favorites.
• A copy of the illustrated word wall can be kept by each student to be used as a reference in writing and reading activities as the year continues.

This is a FREE sample from a series of vocabulary practice sets. Other vocabulary practice sets you may be interested in:
Les animaux
L’halloween
La nourriture
Les adjectifs 1
Les adjectifs 2
Les adjectifs 3
Les verbes 1
Les verbes 2
Les verbes 3
The 10 sets are also offered as a discounted bundle. 
Je travaille mon vocabulaire – trousse 1 {French Vocabulary Bundle 1} If you choose to buy this bundle please DO NOT buy any of the above individual sets, as they are ALL included in the bundle.

Also available is a second bundle of 10 sets of slightly more difficult words and sentences which helps students build on their progress Je travaille mon vocabulaire – trousse 2 {French Vocabulary Bundle 2}. This bundle has word sets on body parts, community workers and places, summer sports, winter sports, Christmas as well as 2 adjective sets and 3 verb sets.

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Voici un ensemble d’activités pour améliorer le vocabulaire et le niveau de la langue pour vos élèves débutants en français. Cet ensemble comprend un jeu, des phrases simples à illustrer et des phrases à lire avec les mots dans leur contexte. Incluse est une liste illustrée de mots à pratiquer que l’enseignant(e) peut utiliser pour introduire le nouveau vocabulaire et peut aussi servir comme référence pour les élèves. Ces activités ont été développées pour les étudiants de 1re année en programme d’immersion mais peuvent être aussi utilisées avec la plupart des classes de français débutantes.

En utilisant les matériaux trouvés dans cet ensemble de 18 mots les élèves peuvent :
Jouer un jeu où les élèves se promènent dans la salle de classe pour trouver la carte qui correspond à la sienne. Pour trouver la carte correspondante il faut poser et répondre aux questions en français. Les instructions détaillées sont incluent.
• Prendre les cartes du jeu pour jouer un jeu de « concentration » en petit groupe.
Lire des phrases avec les mots dans leur contexte. Il y a aussi une image pour aider à mieux comprendre la phrase et, pour les plus petits, à lire le mot.
• Plastifier les 2 pages de phrases avec les mots dans leur contexte et les mettre dans un centre de lecture où les élèves peuvent les lire individuellement ou avec un partenaire.
Couper les images des phrases et ensuite demander aux élèves de retrouver la phrase qui correspond avec l’image. 
• Avec la même idée l’enseignant(e) peut couper les images de la liste de mots et demander aux élèves de les remettre avec le bon mot.
Illustrer une phrase simple avec les mots dans leur contexte.
• Demander aux élèves de créer oralement des phrases avec les mots et d’enregistrer leurs phrases sur un i-pad ou autre appareil électronique. S’il n’y a pas d’appareil électronique mettre les élèves en petits groupes et leur demander de créer et partager des phrases. Les phrases un peu bêtes sont encouragées si elles sont grammaticales. L’enseignant(e) peut fournir plusieurs exemplaires avant l’activité.
Écouter les phrases qui ont été enregistrées et demander aux élèves d’écrire leurs préférées.
• Donner à chaque élève une copie de la liste de mots à utiliser pendant l’année scolaire comme référence pour d’autres activités d’écriture et de lecture.

Note: The illustrated word wall included in this file, is part of a larger word wall product:
À Noter: La liste de mots illustrée inclue dans cet ensemble fait partie de cette liste de mots:
La salle de classe word wall

Other Resources in French / D’autres ressources en français
Le théâtre des lecteurs: Readers’ Theatre for French Immersion and Core French 
Noël: 5 pièces de théâtre des lecteurs pour Noël
Halloween: 5 pièces de théâtre des lecteurs pour l’halloween
French Phonics Mega Bundle: La grande trousse pour pratiquer les sons français.
Les métiers de la communauté: La grande trousse 
Les Animaux: Documentaires pour les débutants / French Non-fiction for beginners: Animals 
French Oral Practice Bundle 1 (Une pratique orale Ensemble 1: le français de base)
French Oral Practice Bundle 2 (Une pratique orale Ensemble 2: le français de base)

 

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We Teach So Hard: Read Aloud Books for the Beginning of the School Year

Join WE TEACH SO HARD as we talk shop about great back-to-school reads that foster community, conversation, and collaboration. In this episode we explore ways to use picture books with all students, as well as some great chapter books to start your school year. Project ideas abound! Be sure to visit our blogs this month for more ideas and free resources about starting your year off right with winning books. 
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A Good Book Can Start the Year Off Right
By Tracy Willis of Wild Child’s Mossy Oak Musings

My room has a lot of soul. I learned early on in my career that a good book can change my classroom world, create a paradigm shift, and cultivate respect, empathy, imagination and empowerment. I moved around a lot early in my career, so I needed to take those powerful books with me. I never stopped hoarding. Let me tell you about some of my back-to-school teaching treasures.

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Tried & True Picture Books to Begin the Year
By Kathie Yonemura of Tried & True Teaching Tools

You’re never too old to be read to and who doesn’t love a good picture book? I always begin the school year reading picture books to my class, rather than jumping right into a novel. (And I continue to read them throughout the year!) There are so many great themes in pictures books, as well as starting points for meaningful discussion.

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Read Aloud Books for the Beginning of the Year in Middle School

By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

As Teachers, we want our students to step over stumbling blocks, and not be intimidated by obstacles that stand in their way. We want them to realize that they can do anything they set their minds to. Characters in novels can help them overcome these challenges head on, and develop strategies to alleviate them. The books I’ve chosen to share with you are humorous, thought provoking, and great for 6th graders.
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A Gift from the Sea to Start Your Year
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Maybe you have already started your school year, or maybe you are about to start. There are so many wonderful picture books to get your students off to a great start: Enemy PieEach Kindness, and of course First Day Jitters! The best ones, I think, speak to us about how we treat each other and the everyday choices we make.

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Free: Creating a board Game Assessment Tool

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Creating a board Game Assessment Tool

 

Product Description

Assess your students’ knowledge of literature with this fun and creative evaluation. Not only will your students learn by creating a game, but other will learn as well by playing it.

This is a self-evaluation (and teacher assessment) rubric to guide students and teachers in the evaluation process.)

This rubric was created to help students understand exactly what is expected of them for this evaluation. It is also an excellent tool to assess students’ progress and final product.

This self-assessment rubric is part of the bundle as well.

Self-evaluation grids are a great way to guide students in their evaluations. Students will know exactly what is expected of them and will be made responsible for their own success. This package can also easily be changed to be used as peer-evaluations.

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Self-Help Study Skills Test

Mindfulness, anyone? Help your students help themselves!This FREE two-page Study Habits Self-Help Test is perfect for the beginning of the school year. Designed to demonstrate the actions that are important to good study skills, it encourages students to evaluate their own habits and choose one or two to improve upon. This has been proven by research to be more effective than parent or teacher imposed rules. Be sure to check out the many FREE Self Help Tests for different grade levels in the Reading Spotlight Store

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “LightBox Slide Inserts {Freebie}”

by Love Learning

Pre-Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

LightBox Slide Inserts: Free

A Light Box is a great way to display a number of different messages for your students. This product includes two free slide inserts for “Back to School” and “End of the Year.”

These slides are INCLUDED in my: LightBox Slide Inserts for the Classroom

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We Teach So Hard Episode 4: Setting The Stage For Parent Curriculum Night & Open House

Got the open house blues? Got the curriculum night flop sweats? This episode is just for you! Crickets and second graders running amok work wonders for establishing those parent relationships! This episode of We Teach So Hard is filled with tips and tricks (along with a few nightmare stories) for a successful open house or curriculum night. Like what you hear? 

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History of Sports Grammar Stories

The perfect way to start the new school year!

Assess the grammar skills of your new classes while providing an interesting and effective way for them to review grammar rules. You can evaluate individual and/or class strengths and weaknesses while the students enjoy learning about the history of 10 popular worldwide sports. History of Sports Grammar Stories uses Reading Spotlight’s familiar format but includes two new charts for class evaluations.

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “! Free Poster and Listening Task – Build on What They Know – Gr. 6 to 12+”

by Ellen Weber – Brain based tasks for growth mindset

6th – 12th Grade

 

 

FREE – End of Term – or Anytime – Listening Task that Engages All Students. Differentiated options.

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Your students will love the adventure. of learning about one another – and they listen for counterpoint ideas from any lesson!

Ready to roll (no prep) task and poster to hang as a re minder to listen with their brains!

Students will connect to Core Concepts from your within growth opportunity to hear as a way to build curiosity in your class.

This product is part of a complete unit of listening tasks with a video description. Check out More Brain Based Tasks as they learn to listen with their brains

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Polka Dot Lady Bug Bin Labels”

by Evelyn Stevenson

Pre-Kindergarten – 12th Grade

 

 

These bin labels can help to organize your classroom supplies! The cute frames are from: MsFultzscorner, here at TPT! The link is:
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I left a sheet of labels blank so you could program them as you like. I used Comic Sans font. Most of them are size 44 font. However, a few of the longer item labels are size 40 font.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Welcome Back to School Cards”

by School Time

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

These are quick and easy cards that can be printed off and filled out to invite your new students to the first day of school or a welcome back to school event. Print on card stock to be mailed home to the student and their parents.

 

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Newsletter Templates Editable Free”

by Queen of the Jungle

Pre-Kindergarten – 8th Grade

 

 

Are you looking for a quick easy newsletter template to send home to parents on a weekly, monthly or six weeks basis? These templates are easy to use, just open the Powerpoint document, choose the page layout you want to use, click in the text boxes and add your text. Some pages allow you to add your own titles or section boxes. Clip art and frames are not editable due to copyright restrictions.

The following Two Page Newsletter Templates are included:

-Page 1 with Section Titles and Section Box Outlines. Click into the text boxes to type in your content.
-Page 1 with only Section Box Outlines. Click into the text boxes to type in your titles and content.
-Page 2 with Section Titles and Section Box Outlines. Click into the text boxes to type in your content.
-Page 2 with only Section Box Outlines. Click into the text boxes to type in your titles and content.
-Page 2 that is blank. Add your own section box Outlines and text boxes. Customize this page to look exactly like you want it.

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Classroom Decor Bundled Kit – Rock Star Owl Theme
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Rain, Rain, Go Away Short Story Mini Unit

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Rain, Rain, Go Away Short Story Mini Unit

 

Product Description

The Rain Rain Go Away Mini Unit includes all materials to teach this short story. Students also get the opportunity to be creative and collaborate with others in the creative process. This unit is always a hit in my class.

The resource includes: 
-An anticipation guide
-A copy of the short story
-Questions for comprehension
-Plot graph activity
-Information sheet on characterization and an accompanying activity
-A personal word wall to improve students’ vocabulary and understanding
-A comprehensive answer key for all activities

Also included are two evaluations with evaluation grids:
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-A group evaluation where students must work collaboratively to produce an alternate ending

24 pages total

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ELA Literature Study Unit to Use with ANY Work of Literature

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FREE MISC. LESSON – “Active Classroom Games”

by Diamond Mom

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

These are some activities that were presented to us at a Professional Development session a few years ago. We played them but we were not given any handouts to go along with them. I made notes of the activities and then gave them to the teachers in the group so they could use them in their classrooms.
As part of our curriculum, we are supposed to provide daily P.E. Since we don’t always have gym time available, these activities help to make it possible to do P.E. in the classroom. I hope you enjoy trying them out.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “KWL Graphic Organizer Chart”

by Sparkle in Second

Kindergarten – 6th Grade

 

 

This is a great tool to use with students who are learning about a new topic. This KWL chart can be used with a variety of topics. The children fill out what they already know about the topic in the K column. Then, the children write down what the want to know about the topic in the W column. Then, when they are done learning about the topic they write down what they have learned. This graphic organizer is a great tool for teachers to verify learning has taken place.

 

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August Teacher Talk

Posted by Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

 

It’s AugustTeacher Talk Time…..Hopefully those of you who are back to school this month are off to a great beginning with the best classes ever.  We have so many great tips and ideas for you from awesome educators. Be sure to take a look at what everyone has to say.

 
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Qigong,The Healthy Body Routine that I Fell In Love With
By Deann Marin of Socrates Lantern

If you’re anything like me, you just don’t love exercising, no matter how much you try to like it, you just don’t. Of course you want to eat that delicious cookie, ice cream, or chocolate, but you don’t dare because it goes right to your hips and you’ll feel oh so guilty! 
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August 
By Retta London of Rainbow City Learning

Aaaaahhh….August! August is the Sunday night of a teacher’s year. We are looking forward to our learning and teaching days to come, yet longing for just a little more summer.
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Back to School & The First Days’ Razzle Dazzle …Feathers & Sequins Not Necessary
By Tracy Wills of Wild Child’s Mossy Oak Musings

I used to feel a lot like Billy Flynn on the first few days of school. Billy Flynn is the flim-flam lawyer character in the musical “Chicago.” The first day of school felt like opening night at the theater…a little bit of grease paint, some sequins, some feathers… and JAZZ HANDS! 

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3 Tried and True Tips to Start the Year off like a Boss!
By Kathie Yonemura of Tried and True Teaching Tools

In my earlier years of teaching I used to spend the time before school focusing on the physical aesthetics of setting up my classroom (and it sure was cute!), but my focus has shifted over the years. Read on for 3 tried and true tips to start the year off like a boss!
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Integrating Contemporary Algerian R and B Music in the French Classroom
By Lorraine Sabio of Urbino12

Algerian R and B in the French Classroom
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Back to School 2018
By Charlene Tess of Charlene Tess

Here’s an idea for the first week of school.
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Common School Irritations
By Scipi of Scipi

Have you ever noticed that the same old problems keep resurfacing year after year in your classroom? Isn’t it funny how the little things sometime put us over the edge?
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How to close read a novel with your whole class.
By Lisa Robles of LisaTeachR’s Classroom

Step by step instructions on how to close read a novel with your whole class.
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4 Easy Steps to Master Buttoning
By Thia Triggs of Print Path

Teaching children to button is easy and straightforward, but is a skill that is often overlooked.  
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My Five Favorite Apps for the Classroom

By Katie DeLeon of A Basket Full of Apples 

Do you want to know what awesome apps to use in your classroom? This is the blog post for you! Learn all about my favorite apps. 
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Grading 
By Marcy Howe of It’s a Teacher Thing

Learn three easy ways to help reduce your grading and increase your valuable time with students. 
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Students are Busy as Bees earning Brag Bracelets
By Sally Hansen of Purposeful Plans

Brag bracelets provide a fast and easy form of positive reinforcement for students’ behavior and academic effort in school. This immediate award is a positive boost reminding students of their worth. You can use them throughout the school year to encourage students to apply their best work ethic while boosting self-esteem.  
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First Week of School Activities
By Michelle Webb of Teaching Ideas for Those Who Love Teaching

 

Great tips for activities to do with your class the first week of school.

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FREE MATH LESSON – “Decimals – Add and Subtract Decimals Worksheet w/ Riddle!”

by The Teacher down the Hall

4th – 6th Grade

 

 

This is a set of 9 adding and subtracting decimals problems with models. After solving the equations correctly, students will match their answers to find the answer to a fun riddle.

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FREE LANGUAGE ARTS LESSON – “Citations-Properly Quoting Lines from Literature-MLA”

by English Oh My

6th – 12th Grade

 

 

Citations and quoting text are an important part of the Common Core Curriculum.

Here is a free reference sheet for students to place in their binders which shows the students how to properly format a citation or quoting a line from literature or a text.

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