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Free Borders Clip Art

This school year has been one that I think none of us will ever forget. Many of us have faced new challenges head on and have delved into the new territory of distance learning. Teachers are not only teaching, but they are volunteering to pass out meals, calling parents to

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grammar and reading bulletin board ideas

4 Great Grammar and Reading Bulletin Board Ideas

I believe that bulletin boards should be functional and useful. Now, I love a beautfiul bulletin board, but more importantly, I think it should benefit my students. Here are some great grammar and reading bulletin board ideas that you can use in your classroom. This is my last blog post

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student created bulletin board ideas

Great Student Created Bulletin Boards Ideas

Today I am continuing with part 3 of my series on Ideas for Creating Meaningful Bulletin Boards with Student Created Bulletin Boards Ideas. (Find Part 1 HERE)     With so little time and so much to do, teachers can become so stressed over creating the perfect bulletin boards. Don’t

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fall picture books for upper elementary

Fall Picture Books for Upper Elementary

Are you looking for some great fall picture books for upper elementary? These are some of my all time favorite fall picture books that students love, and I do too! Fall is truly my favorite time of the year, and I also love finding simple ways to celebrate fall in

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abc reading strategy

Creative ABC Brainstorm Strategy Ideas

Chances are, you are familiar with the ABC Brainstorm Strategy. This reading strategy is often used as a “before” activity to help students activate their prior knowledge, but have you ever considered other ways this strategy can be utilized? Find some creative ways to use the ABC Brainstorm Strategy in

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using picture books to teach metaphors

Using Picture Books for Teaching Metaphors: 6 Great Ideas

Ideas for Using Picture Books for Teaching Metaphors I love teaching reading, and one of my favorite things to teach is figurative language. Not only do I enjoy teaching students to find and identify different types of figurative language, I love discovering and sharing beautiful figurative language from children’s books.

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Free PowerPoint Lesson

Would you like a free PowerPoint lesson to teach or to review subjects and predicates with your students? This free PowerPoint is a powerful visual and learning tool that will help your students understand and identify subjects and predicates and is perfect for grades 2-5!