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Although you have to pay for the actual resource, I think this gives a good foundational template for a novel study choice board and offers several ideas for teachers to use in the classroom. 8th Grade Ela, 6th Grade Reading, Middle School Reading, Third Grade, Fourth Grade, Ninth Grade, Seventh Grade, Teaching Literature, Teaching Reading

Differentiated Novel Study Choice Boards (Literature Circles)

Two differentiated choice boards for students reading any novel or participating in a literature circle. Dozens of prompts for responding to the text are included, meeting many different learning styles and covering Bloom's Taxonomy! Are you looking for more ideas for READING RESPONSE? Reading Sk...

For anyone who loves spooky stories and/or children's literature! Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories by Roald Dahl Good Books, Books To Read, My Books, Dark Books, Story Books, Reading Books, Kids Reading, Free Books, Book Cover Design

Roald Dahl's Book of Ghost Stories.

Perfect for a kid going to sleepaway camp for the first time.

Author's message with Kevin Henkes (author study) theme anchor chart Kindergarten Reading, Teaching Reading, Teaching Ideas, Guided Reading, Phonics Reading, Shared Reading, Learning, Kevin Henkes Books, Interactive Read Aloud

Author’s Message

I don’t know about you, but I love reading Kevin Henkes books to my students. The kids really seem to connect to the characters and their thinking really grows with the books. These books can be used for all kinds of reading skills and strategies: making connections, character analysis, comparing and contrasting, adjectives, descriptive writing,Read more

Jan Brett Author Study for the primary classroom! Lots of great materials to learn about one of my favorite winter authors Kindergarten Curriculum Map, Curriculum Mapping, Kindergarten Reading, Kindergarten Activities, Teaching Reading, Book Activities, Teaching Ideas, Sequencing Activities, Guided Reading

Jan Brett Author Study for K-1

This Jan Brett Author Study unit contains everything you need (besides the books!) for some great winter activities! All of the activities are aligned to Kindergarten and 1st grade Common Core Standards, but could well be used in Pre-K or 2nd grade as well. The focus of this author study surrounds J...

pipsqueak-press: Eric Carle in his studio harpercollinschildrens: collageoftheweek: The master Eric Carle in his studio, from Magazine Vol. 6 No. Love this picture of Eric Carle in his studio Eric Carle, Artist Art, Artist At Work, Mary Cassatt, Art Graphique, Teaching Art, My New Room, Vincent Van Gogh, Carpe Diem

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collageoftheweek: “ The master Eric Carle in his studio, from 3x3 Magazine Vol. 6 No. 3. ” Love this picture of Eric Carle in his studio

This character analysis frame helps students organize and better understand a character. Book It frame includes room to expand on the character's. Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Reading Comprehension, Reading Resources, Parent Resources, Guided Reading, Reading Fair

Character Analysis Worksheet

This character analysis frame helps students organize and better understand a character.

Roasted Shrimp Salad Recipe : Ina Garten : Food Network (Bake in 400 degree oven 6 - 8 minutes. Assemble then chill salad.- (I would add diced celery and diced hard boiled egg and eliminate capers and orange) Serve on a bed of bibb lettuce. Shrimp Salad Recipes, Seafood Salad, Seafood Dishes, Fish Recipes, Seafood Recipes, Ceviche Recipe, Party Recipes, Prawn Salad, Shrimp Ceviche

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Love this book--When Lightning Comes in a Jar by Patricia Polacco - mentor text for narrative writing, writing what you know, generating ideas for memoir, author study of author's writing craft skills Writing Mentor Texts, Mentor Sentences, Personal Narrative Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Personal Narratives, Writing Ideas, Memoir Writing

Mentor Text Highlight: When Lightning Comes in a Jar by Patricia Polocco

Third grade teachers and I recently used a Patricia Polacco text called When Lightning Comes in a Jar. We charted information during our interactive read aloud about what traditions are, neat comparisons, and how Patricia "made the ordinary extraordinary." Here is a chart that Katie Schultz recorded with her children during our collaborative lesson. I have this mentor text and a large collection of many other Patricia Polacco books in my room. Please come by and I'll let you go through the…

Teach Your Child to Read - Anchor charts, freebies, and teaching ideas on how to incorporate a growth mindset into your classroom. - Give Your Child a Head Start, and.Pave the Way for a Bright, Successful Future. Social Emotional Learning, Social Skills, Social Work, Leader In Me, Bulletins, Thing 1, Classroom Community, Character Education, Beginning Of School

Teaching a Growth Mindset

Anchor charts, freebies, and teaching ideas on how to incorporate a growth mindset into your classroom.

Read "How I Spent My Summer Vacation" by Mark Teague available from Rakuten Kobo. One kid's wildly funny twist on the "How I spent my summer vacation" school-essay ritual shakes up a dull classroom in t. 1st Day Of School, Beginning Of The School Year, Middle School, School Fun, School Starts, School 2017, School Life, Summer School, Primary School

Friday Favorites - Back to School - Mandy Neal

I believe most would agree that Fridays take on a whole new meaning in summer. As for this Friday, I cannot believe it is already the 9th day of August. Oh summer where have you gone? I just took my daughter back to school shopping for the first time today. She starts Kindergarten!!! I won’t […]

This Leo Lionni author study packet has pages which are open-ended. This allows teachers to choose the books that they want to focus on during th. Preschool Books, Book Activities, Preschool Activities, Classroom Crafts, Classroom Fun, Swimmy Leo Lionni, Reading Tree, Autism Learning, School Fun

Leo Lionni: An Author Study Packet

This Leo Lionni author study packet has pages which are open-ended. This allows teachers to choose the books that they want to focus on during the author study. There are pages that correlate with Swimmy, Frederick, and The Alphabet Tree. Included are :information page on authorbook list Make Word...

These are the choice boards that I will be using this year for my author studies with my graders. I love them because the students get to select a cumulative project that interests them AND there are taks that meet each of the multiple intelligences. Too Cool For School, School Fun, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Patricia Polacco, Reading Projects, Education And Literacy, Choice Boards, Library Activities

Author Study Choice Boards

These are the choice boards that I will be using this year for my author studies with my 2nd graders. I love them because the students get to select a cumulative project that interests them AND there are taks that meet each of the multiple intelligences.