Fifth grade

Discover exciting and educational activities and projects for fifth graders. Get inspired and make learning a blast for your fifth grade students with these top ideas.
5th Grade Reading, 5th Grade Books, Read Aloud Books, Chapter Books, Novel Activities, Books For Boys, Book Club Books, Novel Study Books, 5th Grade Teachers

Whether you're a homeschool mom looking for a great book for your 5th grader or a classroom teacher trying to build a great library, finding texts that are engaging and a great fit for your readers can be tough. I've compiled this list of the best books for 5th graders to help save you time and give you a

Amy Koepplin-Hedstrom
Organisation, Third Grade Reading Classroom, Third Grade Reading Centers, 3rd Grade Skills Checklist, Third Grade Writing Activities, 3rd Grade Teaching Ideas, 3rd Grade Reading Centers, Third Grade Writing, Reading Centers 3rd Grade

Congratulations fourth grade teacher! Fourth graders can be very independent and curious. The topics they are tackling in math are interesting and you are going to LOVE class read alouds. There are so many awesome fourth grade books! Now that you know you will be teaching fourth grade, you are probably starting to wonder what

Cyla Maine (Stafford)
5th Grade Reading, 5th Grade Maths, 5th Grade Teachers, 5th Grade Classroom, 5th Grade Activities, First Day Of School Activities, 5th Grades, 5th Grade Math, First Day Of School

The start of a new school year is always such a great feeling. You and your students get a fresh start. You can try new things. You can toss things that haven’t worked for you. In today’s post, I’m sharing a few things that I think every fifth-grade teacher NEEDS to have in place before […]

Stephanie McGee
5th Grade Reading, Portrait, Home, Pre K, First Week Of School Ideas, 5th Grade Teachers, 5th Grade Classroom, First Week Activities, School Year

I have had the BEST first week! It was jam packed and the days went by in the blink of an eye. I've been use to have 18 kids for the whole day in first grade. Since I'm just teaching reading, I have three different classes and 72 kids! That is definitely going to take

Kevin Freisen

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