A Christmas Carol
A Christmas Carol Read Aloud Companion by Fifth in the Forest | Teachers Pay Teachers
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On Your Feet Test Prep
Test prep can be a drag for all involved, but it doesn't have to be. Test prep can be meaningful and engaging with these on-your-feet activities to help your students master the skills needed to succeed. 1. Set up an escape room. I have a whole blog post dedicated to creating your own escape room for ELA, and the ti...
The Lost Art of the Thank You (and a no-fail template) | Elisabeth McKnight
Ben and I have been listening to a book about the habits of self made millionaires and I’ve been addicted to entrepreneurial podcasts for the last few months. They almost all mention something about a morning routine. So many of them talk about the power of gratitude. But the most surprising reoccuring habit I noticed? …
Bookflix Reading Bulletin Board Display Kit and Student Book Activity
Enhance your classroom literacy culture by adding a Bookflix display! With this ready-to-assemble Bookflix toolkit, you will have many of the elements you need to create your own Bookflix display, which can be on a bulletin board, door, or any other open space. Use it to compliment your classroom li...
Teach Your Students to Love Reading: 3 Strategies that Work - Chalk & Apples
I’m a reader. I’ve always been a reader. I used to read half a book in the middle of the night with a flashlight when I was supposed to be sleeping. And guess what? There were NO incentives for me to read. NONE. No parties, no rewards, no prizes. You know what else there…