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The Invisible Boy Book Companion has everything you need for comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, anchor charts, nonfiction connection, mentor sentences, and more! Daily Lesson Plan, Lesson Plans, Class Pledge, The Invisible Boy, Incomplete Sentences, Mentor Sentences, Classroom Charts, Reading Comprehension Passages, This Is A Book

Activities for The Invisible Boy

This is a book companion pack to go along with the book, The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig. It has everything you need for a week of comprehension, vocabulary, and grammar instruction. Here's what is included:- Daily Lesson Plans- Book Questions- Connections Digital Posters- Making Connections Flap-...

Are you struggling to find digital reading activities for your students during distance and virtual learning?  Or is your classroom using more technology now than ever?  These activities for Making predictions are  FREE.  Students make predictions throughout the text, complete a reading response activity, and participate in classroom discussions with a digital anchor chart. Predicting Activities, Reading Response Activities, Making Predictions, Classroom Charts, Reading Anchor Charts, Free Teaching Resources, Any Book, Read Aloud, How To Plan

Free Digital Reading Anchor Chart for Making Predictions

Reading toolkits are the perfect book companion for any text! They include printable and digital reading activities and lesson plans for grades 1st-3rd!

A Bad Case of Stripes has been a classroom favorite for years.  With this book companion, students analyze Camilla Cream, learn to write a summary, make a nonfiction connection about germs, and dig deep into vocabulary. Learning To Write, Student Learning, Any Book, This Book, Storyline Online, Bad Case Of Stripes, Mentor Sentences, Classroom Charts, Describing Characters

Anchor Chart for Writing a Summary

A Bad Case of Stripes has always been one of my favorite books to share with students. It provides a great lesson while also being very entertaining. I

Students learn how to identify the main idea and supporting details of a story. Teaching Main Idea, Teaching Ideas, Classroom Charts, Reading Activities, Student Work, Student Learning, Anchor Charts, Something To Do, Amy Lemons

Main Idea Anchor Chart

Last week I wrote a blog post on how I teach main idea in the classroom. You can read that HERE. Today I want to focus on choosing details that SUPPORT

A Bad Case of Stripes has been a classroom favorite for years.  With this book companion, students analyze Camilla Cream, learn to write a summary, make a nonfiction connection about germs, and dig deep into vocabulary. Classroom Charts, Classroom Ideas, Learning To Write, Student Learning, Storyline Online, Bad Case Of Stripes, Mentor Sentences, Guidance Lessons, Challenge Week

A Bad Case of Stripes Anchor Chart

A Bad Case of Stripes has always been one of my favorite books to share with students. It provides a great lesson while also being very entertaining. I

The Invisible Boy Book Companion has everything you need for comprehension, vocabulary, grammar, anchor charts, nonfiction connection, mentor sentences, and more! Daily Lesson Plan, Lesson Plans, Class Pledge, The Invisible Boy, Incomplete Sentences, Mentor Sentences, Classroom Charts, Reading Comprehension Passages, This Is A Book

Activities for The Invisible Boy

This is a book companion pack to go along with the book, The Invisible Boy by Trudy Ludwig. It has everything you need for a week of comprehension, vocabulary, and grammar instruction. Here's what is included:- Daily Lesson Plans- Book Questions- Connections Digital Posters- Making Connections Flap-...

Grab this FREE activity for teaching how to analyze and use character traits. Free Teaching Resources, Free Activities, Teaching Tips, Describing Characters, Free Characters, Personal Email Address, Classroom Charts, Text Evidence, Student Drawing

FREE Character Trait Anchor Chart

In most grade levels students are expected to describe characters, identify character traits, explain character development, or something similar. Today I

Are you looking to start your school year with a BANG?  These  interactive and engaging activities will allow your students to get to know each other, get to know your classroom, and get excited about the school year!  Students will set goals, make friendship sushi, make all about me backpacks, and more! Goal Setting Activities, Back To School Activities, School Ideas, Think Positive Thoughts, Positive Words, Energy Bus, Character Education Lessons, Bulletin Board Letters, Classroom Charts

Engagement Made Easy: Photobooth Back to School Activity

Looking to start your year with a BANG? These ten activities (and really there are much more than that included!) will kickstart your year in the right direction! Your students will get to know one another, play cooperative games, learn information about their classmates, complete STEM projects, f...

Simple and Compound Sentences: Identifying subjects, predicates, and editing errors Simple Subject And Predicate, Silly Sentences, Mentor Sentences, 4th Grade Writing, Fourth Grade, Second Grade, Simple And Compound Sentences, Exercises

Interactive Activities to teach Compound Sentences with Robot in Love

Using the picture book, Robot in Love, students worked with simple and compound sentences. We identified independent clauses, subjects, and predicates.

PLOT Anchor Chart FREEBIE Plot Activities, First Grade Activities, Reading Activities, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Educational Activities, Reading Comprehension, Reading Lessons, Writing Lessons

Rooted in Reading: A SAMPLE DAY - Amy Lemons

This blog post makes me ALL KINDS of EXCITED!!! Katie and I have created a Sample Day of Rooted in Reading for you! AND, I got to use it with a very

Shark Anchor Chart: Learning about sharks in the classroom 4th Grade Ela, Third Grade Science, 2nd Grade Classroom, Second Grade, Shark Activities, Classroom Activities, Classroom Charts, Classroom Themes, Cool Science Experiments

Sharks: Part One! - Amy Lemons

Do you study sharks in your classroom? The students get so into learning about these guys! One of our focuses in May's Rooted in Reading is Shark Week.

Today the students became Pilots of the Main Idea Airways! They have been studying Amelia Earhart with Rooted in Reading March . Today we. 2nd Grade Ela, 3rd Grade Classroom, 2nd Grade Reading, Grade 2, Second Grade, Reading Activities, Classroom Activities, Classroom Ideas, Treasures Reading

Main Idea Airways - Amy Lemons

Today the students became Pilots of the Main Idea Airways! They have been studying Amelia Earhart with Rooted in Reading March. Today we took it a

Tic Toc Time Chart: Teaching telling time with quarter after, half past, and quarter to Telling Time Activities, School Age Activities, Teaching Time, Teaching Math, 2nd Grade Teacher, Second Grade Math, Grade 2, Fun Math, Math Class

Telling Time Activities - Amy Lemons

Today was all about introducing time. We started with a large hula hoop clock. I used Velcro dots so that the numbers can be easily put on and taken

Earth Day Anchor Charts perfect for visual learners in Kindergarten, First Grade, & Second Grade! Compare & Contrast what helps and hurts the Earth. First Grade Parade, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Teaching Science, Teaching Ideas, Science Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Elementary Science, Teaching Resources, Earth Day Activities

Let's Get Ready for Earth Day! - Cara Carroll

Earth Day has always been one of my favorite events to celebrate with my school babies. There’s just something about it. I love the sense of camaraderie we gain through our teamwork as we clean up trash around the school grounds, pay more attention to our recycling efforts, and love our Earth just a little …

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Telling Time Activities - Amy Lemons

Today was all about introducing time. We started with a large hula hoop clock. I used Velcro dots so that the numbers can be easily put on and taken

Teaching and learning about clouds can be SO fun! You kindergarten, first grade, and second grade kiddos will love analyzing the sky, identifying different kinds of clouds, and determining the weather based on their cloud knowledge. Here are some fun clou Weather Activities, Science Activities For Kids, Science Lessons, Science Ideas, Teaching Weather, 4th Grade Science, Kindergarten Science, Teaching Science, Teaching Ideas

Cloud Science Activities - Babbling Abby

These cloud science activities, as well as literacy and math activities, are perfect to use during your study of clouds and all things spring!