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Close Reading Strategies: How to Help Students Take a Closer …

Having students tackle challenging texts can feel like an overwhelming task, but close reading is the perfect way to get students to dive into texts…

The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do: Discussing a Growth Mindset

“The Thing Lou Couldn’t Do” by Ashely Spires is a very accurate depiction of what kids go through when they are confronted with something that…

5 Must-Have Anchor Charts to Teach Personal Narratives

Teaching personal narratives is always fun.  Kids love to tell stories and putting their stories to paper is exciting, but it can also be challenging.…

Tomorrow Most Likely: Activities That Activate Students’ Imaginations

“Tomorrow Most Likely” by Dave Eggers is an unexpected favorite read-aloud with whimsical pictures and just the right spark of imagination.  This book starts with…

Celebrating Women’s History Month in the Classroom

March begins Women’s History Month.  It is filled with opportunities for students to discover, celebrate, and learn about women as inventors, activists, actresses, pioneers, scientists,…

March Activities for Upper Elementary Students

March can be an exciting month in your upper elementary classroom. There is the excitement of a new month ahead, hope for the arrival of…

11 Favorite Mentor Text to Teach Informational Writing

Informational writing is one of the most common forms of writing that we use in our everyday lives.  Before teaching students any form of writing,…

Cloudette: Promoting Perseverance in Your Students

If you have not yet read “Cloudette” by Tom Lichtenheld, you are in for a treat.  Cloudette is an adorable little cumulus cloud.  While she…

3 Mini-Lessons to Teach Character Traits

Teaching characters to students in upper elementary grades starts to get more complex than the character traits taught in primary grades.  We not only think…

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