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3 simple ideas for teaching poetry in upper elementary

3 Great Ideas for Teaching Poetry in Upper Elementary

Spark creativity in your classroom and help inspire your students to write poetry with these 3 great ideas for teaching poetry in upper elementary. Reasons for Teaching Poetry Immersing our students in poetry can open their minds to the beauty of language. Teaching poetry can improve vocabulary and introduce your

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9 Great Morning Work Ideas for Upper Elementary

9 Great Morning Work Ideas for Upper Elementary

Are you looking for some great morning work ideas? Establishing a morning routine that includes morning work can help create a consistent routine, help set the tone for the remainder of the day and is a great time to reinforce learning. Mornings can be such a busy time of the

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4 Simple Independent Reading Support Strategies

4 Simple Independent Reading Support Strategies

I love independent reading time, but what are some simple and easy independent reading support strategies to use with our students? I firmly believe that independent reading time is beneficial to students. When students are engaged in independent reading throughout the year, it can help increase vocabulary, fluency, and overall

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types of graphic organizers

7 Excellent Types of Graphic Organizers for Reading

There are many types of graphic organizers that can be very beneficial to your students. Here are 7 great types of graphic organizers that you should incorporate into your classroom reading instruction. Graphic organizers are visual learning tools. They help students organize information and ideas in ways that help students

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expository nonfiction anchor chart

Great Expository Nonfiction Anchor Chart

Expository or informational text can be challenging for students if they are unfamiliar with nonfiction text features. Therefore, it is important to help students understand these text features when teaching nonfiction texts. Using an expository nonfiction anchor chart can be very beneficial to your students. Creating an anchor chart does

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ideas for teaching nouns

5 Fun Ideas for Teaching Nouns

Even upper-grade students sometimes still struggle with locating and identifying nouns in sentences and let’s face it. Creating a nouns lesson that is engaging and interesting for students can be difficult! I’ll admit it, nouns is not an easy topic to make interesting and fun. So, I’ve gathered together some

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Grammar Posters Activities

6 Fun Grammar Posters Activities for Your Classroom

If you teach language arts and grammar, then you may have some eye-catching grammar posters in your classroom, and if you don’t have any, I’m sure you have come across some grammar posters on Pinterest that you have considered using in your classroom. Certainly, these posters are great to display

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Classroom Routines and Procedures Checklist

Important Classroom Routines and Procedures Checklist

The first week of school is such an important time for establishing classroom routines and procedures. Having a classroom routines and procedures checklist can help ensure that you don’t skip any important information on the first day of school and will help you remember all of the important routines that

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