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Task cards are great and even more fun when combined with QR codes!QR codes are fun and easy to use. Download a QR code reader onto your iPad, tablet or smart phone and you are ready for some serious classroom fun! Students can identify Nouns, write their answer on their answer sheets and immediately check their work by scanning the QR code on their task card.Task cards can be used without using the QR codes.

Nouns Task Cards (QR Codes)

Task cards are great and even more fun when combined with QR codes!QR codes are fun and easy to use. Download a QR code reader onto your iPad, tablet or smart phone and you are ready for some serious classroom fun! Students can identify Nouns, write their answer on their answer sheets and immediately check their work by scanning the QR code on their task card.Task cards can be used without using the QR codes.

Free printables to encourage summer reading!!

Free printables to encourage summer reading! Perfect to send home at the end of the year. Great for upper elementary classrooms!

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One of the many pictures that can help a child read and understand words. This really improved my literacy because it helped my comprehend what I was reading and pronunciation of words.

Easy way to help students answer open response

FREE-Evidence in Writing Poster(anchor chart) English Language Arts Minilessons, Printables.Use this poster / anchor chart to help your students pull the supporting evidence and details out from the text.

Save hours of planning time.  This bundle includes 5 passages per guided reading level.  The Lexile level is also written on each nonfiction passage.  Follow the link to also access the first ever leveled task cards--Guided Reading Made Easier---

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Using bandaids as a writing prompt... Kids love to talk about skinned knees, bruises, stitches & broken bones. They also love bandaids -I'm not sure why! Have students write about a time that t...

Ouch! Stories

If there is not a Music song about ouch-ies/bandaids, there needs to be! Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories.

TONS of anchor charts to go with Lucy Calkins writing lessons!!

Can't go wrong with The Reading & Writing Project site (Teachers College). Excellent anchor charts for student writing, reading

One of my favorite ways to teach summary.. Summarization anchor chart

One of my favorite ways to teach summary. Summarization anchor chart- did this in summer school and it really helped!

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