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Helpful transition words that are categorized based on the placement in the story: beginning, middle, and end. This would be handy for students to keep on them during the writing workshop.

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Mini Hanging Giant Peaches - 'James and the Giant Peach' Roald Dahl

Mini Hanging Giant Peaches -James and the Giant Peach by Roald Dahl. Activity: After reading the book, students can make mini hanging peaches and on the back, draw in all the characters who were inside the peach.

Back to school idea - "We're looking back on summer, this is what we see!" Have students draw pictures of things they have done over summer break in sunglasses.  Free download.

"We're looking back on summer, this is what we see!" Have students draw pictures of things they have done over summer break in sunglasses. I'd change this to "looking back over your life" for therapy.