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I was so excited to pick up my Crazy Dogs stamp set from Debbie's Scrap Shack last week  & couldn't wait to make a few cards with them. ...

Printable Superhero Cupcake Topper Basic Logos // Superhero Stickers // Super hero cupcake toppers // Superhero Party // Superhero Favors

Printable Superhero Cupcake Topper Basic Logos // Superhero Stickers // Super hero cupcake toppers // Superhero Party // Superhero Favors - Visit now to grab yourself a super hero shirt today at off!

Abigail Adams: Biographical Play(To Tell the Truth Play)

Need a Friday or day before a vacation activity? Want a play for Language Arts?This fun and information biographical play is great for students in grades 4 and up .Comprehension questions,siscussion questions and activities as well as links are included. The play addresses common core standards for social studies, speech and listening, and language arts.$3.00

Mt. Everest: Trekking up Mt. Everest: Webquest/Extension Activities

In 1923,George Mallory was asked,”Why do you want to climb Mt. Everest?” HIs response, “Because it’s there.” Learn about Mt. Everest, Nepal and the Yeti with this webquest! May 29th,2013(60th anniversary of the first successful climb).Activities,interesting facts and comprehension review,too. Addresses several common core standards in social studies and language arts. Grades 5 and up. www.teacherspayte... $3.00

Katniss Everdeen, a New Type of Woman Warrior

“The Hunger Games” allows — or maybe compels — a kind of universal identification that is rare, or maybe even taboo. It’s generally assumed that girls can aspire to be like Harry Potter or Spider-Man, or can at least embrace their adventures without undermining their own femininity. But at least within marketing divisions of the culture industry, it is an article of faith that boys won’t pretend to be princesses.

Heroes of History Close Reading Comprehension Activities - 4th grade, 5th grade

Included in this kit are eight motivating stories about heroes - Gandhi, Abraham Lincoln, Father Flanagan, Mother Teresa, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., Anne Frank, Dailai Lama. The stories are aligned with common core standards. Each story includes reading comprehension questions and answer keys. Also included are five effective graphic organizers that address sequencing, answer justification, important words and facts, information analysis, and summarizing (or re-telling).

Christmas Language Arts morning work (nouns, verb tense, & prefixes) from Mrs. Pritchett's Printables on (4 pages) - Christmas Language Arts morning work. A fun way to address: verb tense, common nouns, proper nouns, prefixes, & pronouns. 4 great activity sheets!