How to Play Consequences. "Consequences" is a very old favorite game, but has lost none of its charms with age. Have the players sit in a circle; each person is provided with a half sheet of notepaper and a pencil.
Guided reading:Anecdotal note form from the reading workshop toolkit - includes decoding, comprehension, and fluency! Read the post for ideas about how to figure out what to teach during guided reading.
Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] Stacy Shubitz Two Writing Teachers
List of American History Readings Worksheets for High School Students - Free to Print
Shades of feelings. Paint samples can have different levels of feelings on each shade. The darker the shade, the great the feeling.This can be used in session with the client to bring awareness to the different levels or shades of emotions.
AWESOME - not the paint samples necessarily, but more "core" words to use to illustrate importance of strong and specific verbs in writing! Use paint cards for teaching the Common Core Language standard about "Shades of Meaning"