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If you are looking to teach the US Constitution in a fun and engaging way, then you will want to check out our Constitution Detectives activity! Reading and understanding the US Constitution can be difficult for students. This detective activity is perfect to help your class dig into what the Constitution is really about. Through this resource, students will leave with a deeper understanding of the three branches of government and how our democracy works.Students will be learning about key vocab
Looking for more interactive read aloud lessons? Check out the complete bundle that includes interactive read aloud lessons for 105 engaging picture books that your students will love! Grab the bundle and save over 30% off purchasing individual units!Interactive Read Aloud Lessons for the Entire Year•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••Interactive read alouds lesson plans for the entire year. This unit contains one page lesson for each book
“...These were LIFE CHANGING!  The end product from my students is so much better than before!  I bought one to try it out and came back and bought the rest after their writing turned out so awesome!” - Lauren E.If teaching writing has ever made you cry, weep, tear out your hair, question your existence, or binge-watch reality television—because it’s just that frustrating and overwhelming—I made this resource for you. If your students dread writing time more than meatloaf in the school cafeteria
If you are spending over an hour or more creating sub plans, this product is for you! This editable sub plan file is a digital sub plan template through Google Docs, which will allow you to create and edit your sub plans from your phone while at the doctor's office, in bed, or even in the airport! Send your sub plans with the click of a button to a teammate so they can print and set them on your desk in the morning!Can be used for ANY SUBJECT AND ANY GRADE LEVEL!Important: This is an editable su
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This STEM Activity is a runaway hit with my students. They cheer when they see Boat Building on our agenda and your students will too! There is just something about a STEM Challenge to build a boat and testing it to see if it will float (it will). It is totally fun to watch their faces and hear the groans when a boat sinks or celebrate with them when the boat holds a lot of weight! This is a challenge you must try!This challenge is available in several money-saving bundles!STEM Challenges- A Bun
*Now part of a Comprehension Strategies Mega-Bundle*SAVE here: Comprehension Strategies Mega-Bundle*Available in DIGITAL version here:Main Idea for Google SlidesIdentifying the Main Idea is such an important skill, but can sometimes be hard for young learners to grasp. This interactive PowerPoint introduction and engaging follow-up activities not only make teaching this skill effective, but also FUN! ⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️ “This is by far the best resource I've found and used to help my young readers identif
Poetry for shared reading? Absolutely! Each poem of the week is perfect for you to use with your kindergarten or first-grade students. These poems are set to a familiar tune that your students can sing along with. Easy fluency practice that is both fun and engaging. These daily shared reading poems are winter and Christmas themed. Your students will love these poetry lessons! You will love how easy they are to use.Rhyming, rhythm, and song are all a part of these kid friendly poems.HOW THESE POE
"Close Read: Step by Step Strategies for Success" is now a TEACH, PRACTICE, TEST unit! LOOK at this! More comprehensive than ever, this unit includes the following:- an animated PowerPoint presentation- Cornell AND folding guided notes for interactive learning- detailed step-by-step lesson plans with visuals- reading passages on TWO levels- student activity printables- an EDITABLE test on two levels- DIGITAL replicas of the entire unit- posters and bookmarks - fiction and nonfiction texts on tw
I have dissected the 1st Grade Common Core Math Standards and created a resource that is perfect for assessing your students! The quick assessments included in this packet will provide formative assessments that are an easy form of documentation for mastery of the Common Core Standards for 1st Grade.Each quick assessment highlights the specific vocabulary from the standard and some standards even have up to 4 different assessments to target each specific part of the standard. NOTHING is left out
Poetry for shared reading? Absolutely! Each poem of the week is perfect for you to use with your kindergarten or first-grade students. These poems are set to a familiar tune that your students can sing along with. Easy fluency practice that is both fun and engaging. These daily shared reading poems are themed. Your students will love these poetry lessons! You will love how easy they are to use.Rhyming, rhythm, and song are all a part of these kid friendly poems.HOW THESE POETRY UNITS WILL HELP Y
UPDATED Nov 2016- Fixed formatting on pages that had the last choice blocked. *UPDATED Jan 2014- same great content, new formatting. Much more student friendly! *UPDATED Nov 2014- formatted font to make it easier to differentiate between commas and periods. This is a nonfiction text set that includes 6 original passages that will allow your students to practice comparing and contrasting. The topics include: Football/soccer Crocodiles/alligators Dolphins/Orcas Great white shark/hammerhead sha
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2nd - 5th
Poetry for shared reading? Absolutely! Each poem of the week is perfect for you to use with your kindergarten or first-grade students. These poems are set to a familiar tune that your students can sing along with. Easy fluency practice that is both fun and engaging. These daily shared reading poems for April are Earth Day and Spring themed. Your students will love these poetry lessons! You will love how easy they are to use.Rhyming, rhythm, and song are all a part of these kid friendly poems.HOW
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Also included in: Poetry 1 Mega Bundle

Do your students need help generating good opening and closing statements? How many of your students leave one or both out? Well not anymore! This pack will give your students a few ideas to get them started. You'll be amazed how much better your students' opening and closing statements improve! This product includes:2 posters with a list of variety of ways to open and close writing. These opening and closing statements can be used for any genre of writing. They are both kid friendly and easy
“Great resource! My students really enjoy it so far. When I told them to get out their vocabulary book they actually shouted, "Yes!" I'm extremely excited to see students thrilled about vocabulary.”  - Nicole I.A robust vocabulary is fundamental! Without it, students will struggle with reading comprehension, writing, and even understanding the instructions for standardized testing. The solution is simple: by increasing your students’ vocabulary words and skills, you’ll set them up for overall sc
This editable lesson plan template is a power point file and includes landscape lesson planning templates for reading, ELA, math, content and back to school, lesson plan samples from my first week of school, and a blank lesson planning template.These are great planning templates for those of you that prefer to have your "weekly lesson plans" for the week all in one place on one document at a glance! Page 4 and 7 are lesson plan SAMPLE pages from my plans from the first week of school and are no
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PreK - 5th
Invite your students to take a virtual road trip through the 5 regions of the United States! This digital LINKtivity® Interactive Learning guide is the MOST interactive way to explore each U.S. region's climate, landforms, bodies of water, and popular tourist destinations! The simple teacher prep and the easy-to-navigate digital guide are perfect for any upper elementary classroom! Your students will love this self-paced, student-controlled digital activity that allows them to explore unique f
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This Informational Main Idea unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RI.3.2. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching 3rd grade students to find the main idea and support key details in a text. *There is now a digital component included in this resource. The passages, graphic organizers, and assessment are now created in Google Slides. You can g
A STEM Activity featuring a bucket has turned out to be one of our favorites and your students will love it, too! This challenge is to build a tower (although not a very tall one) that will hold weight. Students engineer a suspending “bucket” within the tower and the bucket must hold weight. The best part is listening to groups explain why their towers need a bucket. Imaginative answers are one of the high points of this challenge- along with seeing those creative bucket towers!Note: This challe
This freebie includes a complete interactive reading notebook lesson on making inferences. It is a bonus lesson that is not included in my other notebook products, so be sure to download this if you own those as well. This lesson includes 3 activities and is aligned to CCSS standards for grades 4-8. Are you thinking about using interactive notebooks in your reading classroom? I've also included at the end of this freebie a 3-page Getting Started Guide / FAQ for interactive notebooking. If you
Poetry for shared reading? Absolutely! Each poem of the week is perfect for you to use with your kindergarten or first-grade students. These poems are set to a familiar tune that your students can sing along with. Easy fluency practice that is both fun and engaging. These daily shared reading poems are fall and Thanksgiving themed. Your students will love these poetry lessons! You will love how easy they are to use.Rhyming, rhythm, and song are all a part of these kid friendly poems.HOW THESE PO
Teach students to set goals with these classroom goal setting lessons and worksheets. By the end of the unit, students will understand what it means to set SMART goals. These five goal-setting lessons have a whole group lesson plan as well as small group and individual activities to help students see and understand the individual components of setting SMART goals. Through these lessons, students will have a deeper understanding of what it means to set Specific, Measurable, Realistic goals wit
This Recount or Retell unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RL2.2. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teachings students how to recount a story and find the moral of the text. It specifically focuses on folk tales.*There is now a digital component included in this resource. The passages, graphic organizers, and assessment are now created in Goog
*Best Seller* research-based “hands-on” program that was created to provide structured lessons for teaching spatial concepts and prepositional phrases. Ready to print-and-go for immediate intervention! This program was created for speech-language pathologists, special education teachers, early childhood teachers, and parents needing interactive materials and spatial concept activities for preschoolers to early elementary.**For a product demo - check out my Instagram @texasspeechmom highlight "Sp
This Author's Purpose unit is packed full of standards-based lesson plans, professionally Lexiled passages, and activities to use while you are teaching the standard RI2.6. If you are not teaching Common Core, then the unit is still valuable to use when teaching students to find the author's purpose (persuade, entertain, inform) and explain how the author conveys their purpose (explain, answer, describe).*There is now a digital component included in this resource. The passages, graphic organizer

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