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Listening Comprehension, ugh! With technology beating out communication these days, I find my students need actual listening comprehension practice. My students struggle with focusing on a speaker, comprehending things said, and being unable to follow through on simple directions that require listening. Does this sound like your classroom sometimes? I am happy to share these 6 activities to build listening comprehension with you! My personal favorite right now is #4!
I got tired of spending countless hours searching for and creating spelling word activities. I wanted my students' spelling word practice to be fun activities and games. So, I decided to work smarter, not harder and created EDITABLE spelling word activities for ANY word list! They are no prep, fun, and engaging! #6 and #12 are my absolute favorites!!!
Students will learn about important inventors and inventions that shaped our world today. :blue_heart: Great for cross-curricular planning. :yellow_heart: Covers STEAM Standards :orange_heart: Great for Student Research :blue_heart: Hands-On Activities :yellow_heart: Virtual and Hybrid-Learning Friendly :orange_heart: This resource includes 28 biographies!
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Fluency passages with illustrated vocabulary, multiple choice, fill-in the blank, and short answer questions. Your students will build fluency skills with these easy to read passages. And work on comprehension through a variety of questioning techniques. Easily differentiate for your students as each passage has three options.
Teaching the writing process to emergent writers is one of my favorite activities to do each school year. The growth that is seen from learning how to form letters of the alphabet to writing complete sentences and stories is amazing. But how do we get there? How do we take these young writers and scaffold our instruction to help them become authors of their own stories? We use strategies for teaching emergent writers!
What’s your favorite part about Grammar Interactive Notebooks? I love that my students are creating a reference tool for them to use throughout the year. They are participating in hands-on grammar activities that is connected to writing. And also working on fine motor skills as they put their notebook activities together. :wink:
Your students have more than just academic needs. This yearlong SEL bundle has lesson plans, book lists, classroom activities, daily check-in slides, and much, much more to help meet the whole student. Let us help you meet the social and emotional needs of you class with this comprehensive SEL resource.
Teachers are loving the benefits of using leveled passages in their classrooms and students are reaping the rewards!They are an easy way to measure your students’ fluency progress.You can use the data to plan for your future instruction.Students are able to see and monitor their own progress.You have the ability to see the word attack strategies your students use while reading.Check the effectiveness of your teaching.Allow students to practice reading text at their instructional level.
Do your students love to draw? What if you could allow them to explore their love of drawing while doing some academics too? No prep directed drawings are a perfect fit! Students follow the six simple steps to create great drawings and then write about their picture. Flip the paper over to work on vocabulary, grammar, phonics, and writing skills. Snag the Directed Drawings Bundle, or subscribe to Premium and get Directed Drawings PLUS tons of other literacy resources!