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10 Book Report Ideas That Kids Will Love - Appletastic Learning
10 fun, creative book report ideas for 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and for fifth grade. These book report ideas projects for kids are a cool alternative to the traditional written book report. Unique and cute projects include a cereal box book report, book report lap book, character reports, and more fun ideas! #5thgrade #4thgrade
Editable Teacher Binder | Digital & Printable Planner | FREE Updates 2021-2022
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5 Reasons to Use Reading Centers in Upper Elementary (Free Reading Center Included) - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Reading centers are perfect for upper elementary students. Read this post for five reasons why. Also, grab an upper elementary themed reading center for FREE!
3 Key Books About Best Practices in Teaching Reading
Looking for some inspiration for your reading classroom? Check out these three great professional books and push your reading instruction to a new level. They all made a huge difference on me...stop by the blog to see why!
out of all the books on this list I've read Fahrenheit 451, Harry Potter, a Wrinkle in Time, the play version of Anne Frank, Charlotte's web, the Lorax, Little Women, Little House on the Prairie, Where's Waldo, The Hunger Games, The Giver, Flowers for Algernon, James and the giant Peach, and The Great Gatsby. I've heard that the Lord of the Rings is on a newer version of this list. Crazy people; these are classics!
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This is a story/ picture book on Multiplication. This would be a great supplement to a multiplication lesson because it will combine another subject into the lesson. I think it would also be great to do a story book on division and multiplication together, so I have pinned both of these.
Perimeter Activity Freebie
Mystery Perimeters 8 pages. Mystery Perimeters for 3rd grade, and it also makes a great review for grades 4 and 5, especially for those students who need a concrete, hands-on lesson to understand how to find unknown polygon side lengths. This lesson includes a teacher direction page followed by ready-to-use printables and activity pages for demonstrating the concept.
Anchor Charts - Teaching with a Mountain View
Spaghetti and Meatballs for All! Lesson plan - Students explore the relationship between the area of square units and their perimeters in a hands-on activity. Observations are recorded, and students begin to recognize that shapes with the same area can sometimes have different perimeters.