Talking About Books – Prompts
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Prompts for students to use when orally discussing books.
A set of 8 posters detailing student-led discussion strategies for your classroom.
A fun icebreaker activity to use at the beginning of a new school year.
An icebreaker game to play at the beginning of the year or when working on team building.
A getting to know you activity to use at the beginning of the year or when working on team building.
A fun icebreaker game to play at the beginning of the year.
A graphic organizer for students to use when categorizing sensory details.
A groups acrostic poster outlining the expectations of group teamwork.
This writing unit has been designed to introduce the recount text type to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure, and language features of personal recounts.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the persuasive genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of opinion pieces.
A fun, marsupial-themed activity to help your students with editing and punctuation.
A flipbook template to use when writing biographies.
A worksheet that encourages students to create a book cover including a blurb on the back.
A set of 7 acrostic poem templates.
A set of reading awards for participating in Read Across America.
A set of punctuation characters to cut out and use as puppets.
A set of 8 educational posters for sentence connectives and conjunctions.
Use this set of 16 colorful flashcards to introduce students to the attributes that make up simple, compound and complex sentences.
Use this poster to show your students the attributes that make up simple, compound and complex sentences.
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