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  • Using Graphic Ogranizers to compare and contrast
    $3.50

    The skill of being able to compare and contrast effectively is extremely important throughout subjects: Literature, Science and Social Studies. Comparing and contrasting is necessary for interaction with the environment. Finding differences and/or similarities helps students organize both new and known information. Students need to be able to note differences and similarities between or among objects, ideas, entities, concepts, events, etc..

    This resource includes: 2 posters, an introduction to a Venn diagram and 25 student activity pages. Once you use this resource with your students, they will have mastered the ability to compare and contrast!

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  • Syllable activities for small groups and center
    $4.00

    Introduce and reinforce syllables with these fun phonics activities! Your students are going to have plenty of hands-on, engaging practice determining the number of syllables in over 220 picture words!

    Activities include Syllable Sort and Syllable Snap, Clap and Tap (with a variation). Syllable sort is a perfect Literacy center or small group activity. Syllable Snap, Clap and Tap will be a fun whole group or small group activity.

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  • Sight Word and Word Family Activities
    $6.00

    This February resource includes all Dolch Sight Words (PreK to 2nd Grade) and 47 Word Families, all wrapped up in a Valentine theme and can be used for centers, literacy circles and interactive bulletin boards! You get both a color and b/w version – Over 400 pages!

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  • $2.00
    This Reading / Literacy resource offers guided reading questions and student activities that will help students enjoy and gain greater appreciation for Allen Say’s book, Grandfather’s Journey. (1994 Caldecott Medal award winning book!)
    Designed for 2nd, 3rd and 4th grades.
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    Give students the practice they need in counting syllables! 10 fun, engaging worksheets for students, each with a picture to color, the picture word (to help with vocabulary learning) and numbers to circle to show how many syllables are in each word!

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  • Guided Reading and Activities - Make Way for Ducklings
    $3.75

    This Reading / Literacy resource offers guided reading questions and student activities that will help students get the most from Robert McCloskey’s book, Make Way for Ducklings. (1942 Caldecott Medal award winning book!)

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    This simple ‘Learn to Read’ book will teach children words from the ‘at’ word family: at, cat, sat, bat, rat, hat, fat, Matt as well as the words a and on. Students will find cute hand drawn illustrations that go along with the word, phrase or short sentence on each page. (Book 1 – 27 pages).

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    This phonics, word families resource will help students create words using 6 word wheels ( -op -ob -ot -ock -unk -uck ). As students create new words, they can write each word on the included ‘Creating Words’ worksheet!

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  • $5.00

    Workbook filled with 1st Grade skills – Over 150 pages.

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  • $2.50

    Students love ‘Snakes and Ladders’ so why not combine the game with first 100 Fry sight words! This resource gives you 6 different game boards to play again and again.

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  • Pi Day Reading Comprehension
    $1.75

    Pi Day is March 14th (3.14) and that’s why I’ve created two reading comprehension passages with questions (and answer keys) for your students. The first is ‘History of Pi’ and the second is ‘Celebrating Pi Day’!

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    Help students learn the history behind St. Patrick’s Day and sharpen their reading comprehension skills with this informational text resource. Every year, on March 17th, Irish people throughout the world wear green, pin a shamrock to their clothing and celebrate. But what’s behind (or who is behind) this holiday? Where and why did it begin? What is the story behind the shamrock? Students will learn answers to these questions and more!

    Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 5.1
    Grade level: Fifth Grade
    The SMOG Index: 5.8
    Grade level: Sixth Grade

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    Students will learn about the writer, inventor and statesmen, Benjamin Franklin in this informational text article. After reading, students’ reading comprehension and understanding will be assessed with 2 worksheets (multiple choice and short answer).

     

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  • $5.00

    This skills workbook has been designed for 1st Grade (160+ pages).

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  • $4.50

    This resource focuses on language, math and science and is based around 4 ‘Mitten’ themed poems. Perfect to use for mini-lessons, within a literacy circle or in centers during Winter months!

    See description below for more details.

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  • $2.50

    This resource, Symbols of the U.S.A. – U.S. History Informational Text, has FIVE parts: The Statue of Liberty, The Liberty Bell, The Great Seal, The Bald Eagle and The American Flag.

    In each section, students will have one page of informational text and then 2 pages to assess understanding / comprehension through multiple choice questions and writing prompt page. Answer Keys provided.

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  • Reading Strategy Author's Purpse
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    An important aspect of understanding any written text is being able to determine the author’s purpose. Was the piece written to persuade, to inform or to entertain? This Language Arts packet begins through explaining P.I.E. (and later includes a 4th purpose of writing: to express personal feelings). Students will be asked to read passages throughout and to determine the purpose of each.

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    Learn to read the old fashioned way, with McGuffey’s Eclectic Primer. This first reading book begins with the alphabet and moves from simple sentences made up of one-syllable words (“”A cat and a rat.””) through more difficult sentences of one-syllable words (“”A good child likes to go to school.””). The book includes “”slate exercises”” of the script alphabet and charming 19th-century illustrations throughout.

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    This informational article will help students learn more about two French explorers: Cartier and Champlain. These men were early explorers of the St. Lawrence Bay area of the New World (Canada). After students read the text, they will complete two worksheets to assess their understanding and reading comprehension. Answer key provided.

    Readability:
    Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level: 3.9
    Grade level: Fourth Grade
    Linsear Write Formula : 4.8
    Grade level: Fifth Grade.

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  • $5.00

    Workbook filled with 2nd Grade skills – Over 170 pages.

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