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Special Education Writer's Workshop Informational Writing

Special Education Writer's Workshop Informational Writing

Special education writers will be able to write a report of information using these suggestions and product! Writer's Workshop can be frustrating and

This is a great game to play with students and the focus is high frequency words.  For this game I have used the words from Fry list 4 from first 1...

I Have Who Has High Frequency Sight Word Game Fry List 4 from 1st 100 Words

This is a great game to play with students and the focus is high frequency words. For this game I have used the words from Fry list 4 from first 1...

Are your little ones learning to name the parts of their bodies? How about your ELLs? Are your beginners learning to read the words that name their body parts? Then this is the unit for you. "Parts of the Body: A Word Study Unit" is designed to introduce a verbal and written vocabulary for 19 basic body parts from ‘head’ to ‘toe.’  $

Parts of the Body: Word Work All About Me

Are your little ones learning to name the parts of their bodies? How about your ELLs? Are your beginners learning to read the words that name their body parts? Then this is the unit for you. "Parts of the Body: A Word Study Unit" is designed to introduce a verbal and written vocabulary for 19 basic body parts from ‘head’ to ‘toe.’ $

Help your child learn to be a good friend with these books.

15 Must-Have Books About Love and Friendship

"When Lightening Comes in a Jar" by Patricia Polacco--Sequencing Activity in little Mason Jars- Go to teachingwithstyle... to get a copy.

"When Lightening Comes in a Jar" by Patricia Polacco--Sequencing Activity in little Mason Jars- Go to teachingwithstyle... to get a copy.

Writing Exercise: This writing exercise focuses on the adage of “show, don’t tell,” a descriptive way of writing often used in fiction, that allows the reader to create a mental image of the scene being described and not simply accepting the facts being fed. Take a bland line from your story that tells and improve it by showing the reader what's happening. (Click through to our website for an example of how to do this.)

Writing Exercise: This writing exercise focuses on the adage of “show, don’t tell,” a descriptive way of writing often used in fiction, that allows the reader to create a mental image of the scene being described and not simply accepting the facts being fed. Take a bland line from your story that tells and improve it by showing the reader what's happening. (Click through to our website for an example of how to do this.)

WORD WALL WORD WORK - 42 pages of engaging ways to practice word wall words

Word Wall Word Work

WORD WALL WORD WORK - 42 pages of engaging ways to practice word wall words

54 Idiom Match Cards product from Life-on-the-Fourth-Floor on TeachersNotebook.com

54 Idiom Match Cards product from Life-on-the-Fourth-Floor on TeachersNotebook.com

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

How a Children's Book Can Teach Writers About Engaging Storytelling

Flagging strategies for reading comprehension. They put the flags directly into the book while reading.

This unit is designed to teach students the difference between "-ed" and "-ing" word endings (and a little bit of "-s"). It includes 2 posters (-ed and -ing), 2 art activities, and 4 games.

Inflectional Word Endings Unit (-ed, -ing)

This unit is designed to teach students the difference between "-ed" and "-ing" word endings (and a little bit of "-s"). It includes 2 posters (-ed and -ing), 2 art activities, and 4 games.