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Love this idea to teach author's purpose - one topic (pigs) and find 3 books to illustrate a different author's purpose for the same topic!

Who says you can't use food in the classroom anymore? Up in room we've been all about the PIE. Author's purpose pie, that is.

Theme Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal

Reading Mini Anchor Charts

I printed this out on colored paper to keep in their folders and we use this when I read a story to identify and explain theme.

Teaching 2nd Person Point of View with Picture Books

Think second person is strictly for recipes, how to books, or instructions? Some of the best and funniest picture books use a second person point of view.

Idioms Anchor Chart

This is an Idioms anchor chart. It would be great for teaching literal and nonliteral meanings of words. It would catch the attention of the class with its creative pictures.

Kid-friendly ideas and lessons to teach questioning skills to primary readers. In this blog post, Miss DeCarbo shares activities, objects, FREEBIES, picture books, and anchor charts to make this reading strategy come to life. These reading and comprehension ideas are differentiated for kindergarten to second grade learners.

Learn how to teach questioning to primary readers in an engaging, hands-on way with concrete materials and detailed lesson plans!

Reader's Notebook Anchor Charts- at your students' fingertips

Reading Notebook Anchor Charts {Literature}

Reading Notebook Anchor Charts for skills and strategies at your students' fingertips. **Updated on to add two additional notebook charts for writing a summary.*** This product includes anchor charts for each Reading Literature Standard for

Point of View can be complicated, but with this lesson (and free printables), your students will better understand how point of view works. Check out this lesson from Jennifer Frindley on Teaching to Inspire.

Using The Gardener to Teach the Influence of Point of View RL.5.6 (Spring Mentor Text

The Gardener is perfect for teaching point of view and its influence on how a story is told, characterization, and setting. Grab several free printables and read more details on this post.

Plot Structure Anchor Chart - Mini Anchor Charts are a great addition to your interactive reading journal

Reading Mini Anchor Charts

Making Connections Anchor Chart...can't find this on the blog (sigh), but it would be pretty easy to make!

Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read. Anchor charts are a main element of a literacy-rich classroom

Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word etc... to guess their word. Ah, I LOVE this idea.

Vocabulary idea - students have a vocab word on head and have to walk around room and ask synonym, antonym, rhyming word, definition, etc. to guess their word. Great end of year vocabulary activity.

~*~ Apples of Your Eye! ~*~: The Basics of Writer's Workshop

Writer's Workshop: The Basics of Writer's Anchor Chart for Writer’s Workshop. Cunningham on page describes the process of Writer’s Workshop. This is a visual representation of what this section suggests.

Great idea for the reading strategy of questioning by lorene

Generating Questions Lesson: Create anchor chart, discuss how asking questions while reading keeps us engaged in the story and betters our comprehension. Next, we take a quick picture walk through a big book st

These books are so helpful in teaching students to write an opinion!

12 Opinion Mentor Texts

We started opinion writing last week.only my favorite writing genre to teach! I& got my favorite mentor texts ready to go, and e.

Read about tips to teach Author's Purpose. This one is Three Purposes for One Topic.

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