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Nov 27, 2015 - This Pin was discovered by Simply Kinder. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest
Cynthia Cates saved to anchor charts
Description This huge Reading Worksheet Printable Pack features 100 different printables for bookwork activities. There are both fiction and non-fiction printables that are able to be used with ANY TEXT which means that this pack can be reused all year round. There are SO many different activities which allow students to practice and develop many reading-related skills. They are great for developing comprehension which is one of the most important reading skills. Many of the activities also…
Darienne Wood saved to Teaching
Upper elementary teaching story elements anchor chart, notebook page, and practice activities. Includes free printables and book project!
April Whiteis saved to Reading
Story elements are super important for students to understand, as they help to improve reading comprehension. Reading comprehension is vital in reading development so it is beneficial for students to have a good grasp on story elements from a young age. I love starting in Kindergarten with a focus on characters, setting, BME (beginning, middle and end), conflict and resolution. I think it important to introduce these concepts early on so that as students grow, they will put these building…
Anna Alvarado-Hernandez saved to 1st grade reading
FREE Book Project for Wonder! This includes lots of engaging writing activities plus a rubric!
Sue England saved to Teaching reading
Are you looking for ways to make reading standards easier for your students to grasp? Fables are a great way to introduce and integrate these learning targets. Here are 5 reasons why fables make teaching key reading standards much easier for students to understand.
Emily Ares saved to Teaching Literacy
We are working on story elements this week and I wanted to share a little freebie I created to help your students map the elements. It's nothing spectacular, but it works! Just click the image to down
Maryanne DeNault saved to free printables
Apr 21, 2020 - This Pin was discovered by Joy. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest
Keeren Gallegos saved to Quick Saves
Teaching story elements is very important in Kindergarten, and we teach them throughout the school year. Read this to get...
Bushra Abbass saved to My Saves
When you want students to understand what reading looks like.
Lisa Foster saved to Teaching 5th grade