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Lesson Ideas and Freebies for Reading, Writing, and Language: My Go-to Resources

As teachers we spend countless hours searching for the perfect activities to go along with our lessons. Having a list of go-to resources that can be used the entire school year can be so helpful by making planning a breeze.  To help  make your lesson planning a little easier, I’ve gathered together a list of my favorite resources for reading, writing, and language arts, and don’t forget to download each of the freebies below!


My go-to resource for reading would have to be my reading fiction and nonfiction graphic organizers. Having this resource at hand not only helps make my lesson planning easier, but more importantly, these graphic organizers are extremely beneficial to the students.  This set of graphic organizers is aligned with the common core standards, plus they work with almost any book or passage. Purchasing this bundle not only saves you money, but is a great resource to add to your collection of reading resources. Not only will you love them, but your students will as well. Two sets are included in the bundle: one for reading literature and one for informational texts. Just look at what buyers have said. Then click on the picture below to check it out in my store.

“LOVE, LOVE, LOVE! Worth every penny!! These are so well-done and made to hit every common core skill in reading . . . saves me so much time! Thanks for creating and sharing these!”

“The thoughtfulness in every page is amazing! I love the creativity in each page. This is a no prep, easy way to engage students as they are reading. Such a time-saver and definitely worth what I paid. LOVE this product. Highly recommend because there are a variety of sheets available! It definitely made my life easier not having to search various places for all of these pages! “

“Still use this three years later- what a great purchase.”

As you can see, these resources are tools that you will use for many years to come! Simply click on the images below.

Don’t forget your Reading FREEBIE!

You can try a sample of my graphic organizers by clicking the picture below. You’ll find three graphic organizers: sequence of events, character versus problem, and compare and contrast. 


Make writing time  so much easier with my favorite go-to resource for writing: my Month by Month Writing Prompts, Posters, and Graphic Organizers. You will have an entire year’s worth of fun writing prompts inspired by traditional as well as unusual and offbeat holidays that your students will love. The graphic organizers are perfect for helping your students learn to plan and organize their writing.

Don’t forget your Writing Freebie!

Grab my free back to school writing prompt and graphic organizer. This is a perfect writing assignment to use during the first week of school. Be sure to check out this writing resource. My bundle is filled with a huge variety of writing prompts and graphic organizers like these that you and your students will love!


Last but not least, if you are looking for a fun language/grammar packet to use this entire school year, then this one is perfect! Your students will absolutely love reviewing grammar skills with the variety of pages that fill each packet in this bundle. Each packet is filled with puzzles, word searches, crossword puzzles, coloring pages, and more that all review grammar. As an added bonus for you, these packets are all low prep. 

Don’t forget your Language Arts Freebie!

Be sure to download this fun parts of speech quilts freebie. It contains an apple themed quilt, pineapple, school bus, and more.  Your students will love identifying the parts of speech with these fun coloring quilt pages. Perfect for the beginning of school or any time during the year!
Have a blessed day, and enjoy these freebies! 

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