"One day I will find the right words, and they will be simple." -Jack Kerouac Your message can be simple. You don't have to write a novel to get your point across and to inspire others. Give writing a children's book a shot.
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Harry Potter Month: Patronus bulletin board - what's your best memory (that you would use to make a patronus) - make this an exit card (best memory and what animal it would be), then type up the best ones and put them in patronus-looking animal shapes
This is a beautifully made anchor chart explaining onomatopoeia. I like how it has the onomatopoeia words written in different colors. It is also written in rhyme so you could have the students chant it out loud together.
What is Plot? Adventures of a Grade Teacher: anchor charts, I remember learning this in middle school and think that I could even start it in my grade classroom. Visuals will be extremely beneficial for my students.
Understanding the difference between inference and prediction is one of classic challenges in literacy instruction, in addition to the difference between main idea and theme, mood and tone, and reading versus deep reading, and so on. Some of it is a mater