This post focuses on how reading informational text develops good readers through Project Based Learning. The reading and research phase of a project probably takes the most time during the project. Reading informational text not only develops reading sk
I like this poster because the colour scheme is basic but they work well together. it also uses bold capital letters so it's clear what sentence starts where. I could use this because it would be easier for people to read
Thick & Thin questions: great strategy for teaching students that have difficulty with answering questions! I find these thin an thick questions valuable for my grade 2 class. It helps students really think deeply about a topic.
FREE Factor Sort-These activities will help students review factors of 9, 12, 18, 20, and 25 as they sort the cards (factors) onto the correct product mat. Also helps with the confusion between factors and multiples. A student recording sheet and answer key for self-checking are included.
Spelling Tic-Tac-Toe One of the graders in the class I intern for showed me that they were doing this and told me how much fun it was! I'm not sure if this was the exact spelling tic-tac-toe they were doing, but I really like this idea