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Problem and solution

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Hi Friends! I am back with another post about story elements (read about character here and here)! Watch my Facebook Live video about this topic here. This week we were focusing on problem and solution, and my students really seemed to “get” it, so I’m excited to share our anchor charts, book ideas and activities that we used! Here is…

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Hi Friends! I am back with another post about story elements (read about character here and here)! Watch my Facebook Live video about this topic here. This week we were focusing on problem and solution, and my students really seemed to “get” it, so I’m excited to share our anchor charts, book ideas and activities that we used! Here is…

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The Koala Who Could (Amazon Affiliate link) by Rachel Bright is a lovely rhyming text that tells of Kevin the koala and his journey from 'I can't' to 'I can'! Kevin loves the comfort of his lofty position high in the gum tree. He would love to play with his animal friends on the ground, but the thought of leaving his tree is just too much. He ...was never too keen to try anything new. He has a series of excuses for his friends as to why he should stay in his comfort zone. Your students could…

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If you are looking to add some high-interest activities to your lessons, try using animated shorts to teach problems and solutions. This post contains the animated short "Taking the Plunge"

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If you are looking to add some high-interest activities to your lessons, try using animated shorts to teach problems and solutions. This post contains the animated short "Taking the Plunge"

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Teaching students to understand problems and solutions is a breeze with real-life examples, but spotting them in the nonfictional text is much more difficult. Grab this pdf to get links to free text…

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This book list features fiction texts that have a clear problem and solution structure to them, perfect for teaching fiction comprehension and writing!

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This activity helps students identify the problem and solution as part of story elements by reading the passages and write the problem and solution.

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The Koala Who Could (Amazon Affiliate link) by Rachel Bright is a lovely rhyming text that tells of Kevin the koala and his journey from 'I can't' to 'I can'! Kevin loves the comfort of his lofty position high in the gum tree. He would love to play with his animal friends on the ground, but the thought of leaving his tree is just too much. He ...was never too keen to try anything new. He has a series of excuses for his friends as to why he should stay in his comfort zone. Your students could…

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