Literature interactive notebook
Similar ideas popular now
6th Grade Ela
4th Grade Writing
First of all, y’all are crackin’ me right up with all the pencil commentary. I’m just glad I’m not alone! Thanks for commiserating 😉 Secondly, let’s discuss teaching my kididdles adjectives. I decided we needed something a little more substantial than the totally un-fun and completely un-engaging pencil-and-paper activities in my reading series (which is Treasures, …
Complex Sentences Anchor Chart! This blog post also features a FREE activity where students write their own complex sentences.
TweetEmail TweetEmail Are you looking for some activities to teach conjunctions? This post has links to printables, games, posters and more. #1 Printables Download a free poster (called… More
Greek and Latin sketch notes are the perfect way to build vocabulary! BONUS—your students will love them too!
Figurative language is one of my absolute favorite things to teach. It's so fun when students start to realize the secret meaning behind some of our common expressions and sayings. I like to introduce all types of figurative language to my students at the start of our unit. This little mini guide is the perfect tool to introduce your students to similes, metaphors, idioms, hyperbole, and more!