Help your students learn a new word a week with these 40 word posters (that's more than enough for the entire school year!)

Word of the Day/Week POSTERS Vol. II

VOCAB POSTERS (R) Help your students learn a new word a week with these 40 word posters (that's more than enough for the entire school year!

I LOVE this idea. What a great way to start off the year! Anchor Chart for first day of school

------dream classroom: what kind of classroom do you want? What kind of teacher do you want? What kind of student does your teacher want? Positive way to start out the year

Bell Ringers Task Cards Bundle: Grammar Errors for Language Arts

Bell Ringers Task Cards Bundle: Grammar Errors for Language Arts - over 400 task cards to engage students and get them moving! They cover common grammar errors.

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts

Fabulous Fourth Grade: Anchor Charts: Writing Check List. Help kids when learning to write a paper

6. Anchor chart ideas in 5-8 grades. Focuses on reading and writing workshops, tells the purposes of anchor charts, and many examples of them.

Anchor chart ideas in grades. Focuses on reading and writing workshops, tells the purposes of anchor charts, and many examples of them.

Thumbprint Self-Portrait. The kids make this based on their actual thumbprint and write a narrative about themselves... how old you are, things you like and don't like, your hopes and dreams for the future....

Thumbprint Self-Portrait. The kids make this based on their actual thumbprint and write a narrative about themselves. how old you are, things you like and don't like, your hopes and dreams for the future. LOVE this for the beginning of school!

Literacy Stations.

Station Work for ELA Centers. I plan to make some of these for my Grade Reading Class. pit-stops-literacy-centers

Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart! This blog post also contains a FREE Show Don't Tell Bingo game!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

Building a paragraph is like building a strong house you can't knock down! All of the parts matter and it's aligned with Common Core Writing

Building a Paragraph

aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation. I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph.

275 Journal Prompts for the entire school year | grades 7-12 | middle and high school bell ringers

Bell Ringer Journal for the Entire School Year: 275 Prompts (VOLUME 2) EDITABLE

My Adventures Teaching Junior High English: 8th Grade English Honors

My Adventures Teaching Junior High English: Grade English Honors Idea chart, main idea and supporting ideas of story, fun/arts and crafts, fun to make/art

ZERO-PREP EDITING PRACTICE   HILARIOUS FUN AWESOME   Activity: Kid's edit ACTUAL celebrity tweets!  Complete as a class, in groups or solo!   Practice: Grammar, spelling, sentence structure, punctuation, etc.  Work on: run-ons, fragments, slang, passive voice, incorrect tense, etc.   English Language Arts Writing Reading Editing Grammar  Middle School High School Elementary  4th grade 5th grade 6th grade 7th grade 8th grade 9th grade 10th grade 11th grade 12th grade

Editing/Grammar Activity: BE THE FUN TEACHER & still get the job done

ZERO-PREP EDITING PRACTICE HILARIOUS FUN AWESOME Activity: Kid's edit ACTUAL celebrity tweets! Complete as a class, in groups or solo! Practice: Grammar, spelling, sentence structure, punctuation, etc. Work on: run-ons, fragments, slang, passive voice, incorrect tense, etc. English Language Arts Writing Reading Editing Grammar Middle School High School Elementary 4th grade 5th grade 6th grade 7th grade 8th grade 9th grade 10th grade 11th grade 12th grade

Pinterest
Search