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This ready-to-use resource contains 30 exciting story starters that model good writing and help any student get past writer’s block! The prompts provide scaffolding through rich characters, imaginative settings and an edge-of-your-seat cliffhanger. “And then . . .” students put their natural storytelling skills to work, dreaming up their own unique endings. Teachers are sure to enjoy reading about what’s under the door in the floor, what the voices in the root beer are saying, what arrived via special delivery and other stories with endless possibilities. 64 pages, grades 3-6.
Margo Southall shares her classroom-tested tools for differentiating reading instruction within an RTI framework: assessment strategies; when-then charts describing a menu of intervention options; targeted lessons and interventions in word recognition, fluency, and comprehension; techniques for forming and managing small groups; guidelines and practical tips for implementing Tier 2 and Tier 3 interventions, and so much more. Packed with planning sheets, record-keeping forms and reproducible student materials—including kid-friendly charts, visual aids, games and interactive tools—this resource will help teachers efficiently and effectively differentiate instruction. Includes a CD with more than 100 reproducible forms and student resource pages. Grades K-3. 304 pages.
Here’s an ideal way to introduce analogies to primary students! This resource includes analogies using synonyms, antonyms, homophones, plurals, rhyming words, and lots more. As students analyze relationships between words, they strengthen not only their vocabulary but also their critical-thinking and test-taking skills. 48 pages, grades 2-4.
Cloze is a method of developing comprehension by providing partial written passages with important information omitted. Two types of cloze activities are offered, those that involve filling in blanks from a given list of words, and others that provide for open-ended solutions. Each of the 33 activities includes a teacher information page which lists the activity's objective, teaching points, evaluation and solutions. The activities are in various formats including stories, poems, letters and informational and fictional passages. Written by George Moore. 56 pages each.
Help your students develop important life skills with these easy-to-use activities sure to strengthen their abilities in reading, writing, finding details, and drawing conclusions! Labels & Packages is a great way to help students become more confident and independent as they work through activities involving "real-life" situations. Students will get plenty of practice reading labels while follow-up questions and open-ended activities invite creativity and test their comprehension. Topics include: product ingredients, safety warnings, nutritional values, usage instructions, and more! Grades 4-12.
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