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These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

Reading Strategies Mini Anchor Charts

These mini anchor charts are a great addition to your interactive reader's notebook. Each anchor chart gives an explanation of a reading strategy or skill. Students can glue them in their journal for quick and easy reference while they are independently reading.

Create an original poem using a page from a book.  This is such a creative idea... and I love how blocking out the rest of the text makes it look as unique as a fingerprint... like it belongs only to that child.  #poetry

ein vorhandenes Buch als Art Journal nutzen und im Text danach suchen (und einkreisen) was mich anspricht

Reading Comprehension can be difficult but with these Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, students are supported via sentence frames and vocabulary suggestions specific to the comprehension skill or strategy.

Graphic Organizers with Language Support

Reading Comprehension can be difficult but with these Reading Comprehension Graphic Organizers, students are supported via sentence frames and vocabulary suggestions specific to the comprehension skill or strategy.

Watch Maya Angelou’s “STILL I RISE” poem, and other spoken word poetry performances and ask students to: “Identify, interpret and analyze the poem’s figurative language and theme.” Want more fun practice ideas? Instead of boring task cards or worksheets, use a read aloud video of “Where the Wild Things Are” or film clips from “The Little Prince”and spoken word poetry videos to teach tone, mood, connotative language, negative connotation, positive connotation and figurative language.

Teach Figurative Language and Connotative Language using film clips

Watch Maya Angelou’s “STILL I RISE” poem, and other spoken word poetry performances and ask students to: “Identify, interpret and analyze the poem’s figurative language and theme.” Want more fun practice ideas? Instead of boring task cards or worksheets, use a read aloud video of “Where the Wild Things Are” or film clips from “The Little Prince”and spoken word poetry videos to teach tone, mood, connotative language, negative connotation, positive connotation and figurative language.

Elementary teacher ideas looking for FREE reading comprehension worksheets? This blog post has over 10 FREE online reading comprehension worksheets for you to use! | online reading programs | worksheets free | reading comprehension

Free Online Reading Comprehension Websites

Elementary teacher ideas looking for FREE reading comprehension worksheets? This blog post has over 10 FREE online reading comprehension worksheets for you to use! | online reading programs | worksheets free | reading comprehension

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