Students will love to learn about new vocabulary words with this center activity. With the roll of a die, students will investigate new words and deepen their understanding. Perfect for workshop, centers, partners, or independent learning. Use with your GLAD science and social studies units.
Spelling Words Menu
Here's a spelling word menu you can use with your class to practice their spelling words for the week! It's great to send home on a Monday as homework and have it returned to you on that Friday.
As you probably know, phonics is an essential component of reading instruction. Before you read this loooong post all about how to teach ph...
Top 10 Evidence Based Teaching Strategies Infographic - e-Learning Infographics
Top 10 Evidence Based Teaching Strategies Infographic Most teachers care about their students’ results, and if you are reading this, you are undoubtedly one of them. Research shows that evidence based teaching strategies are likely to have the largest impact on student results. The Top 10 Evidence Based Teaching Strategies will help you discover the […]
10 Games to Play with any Vocabulary Words - Not So Wimpy Teacher
Need new ways to learn Vocabulary words? Check out these 10 fun hands on games for working on vocabulary words!
Vocabulary Four Squares
This week I tried something new with the vocabulary in the story. I got the idea at a First Grade Conference in December. The student writ...
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5 Fun Word Games for Vocabulary Practice
Say hi to our wonderful guest blogger, Alicia Christian, aka The Elementary Professor! Vocabulary practice is something teachers are always trying to increase. Now, with more reading in the content areas, it has become critically important for students to have a well-developed vocabulary to both understand a subject and to increase fluency while reading about it. But what can we do to give students repeated experiences with
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Are you required to teach a list of vocabulary words each week? Check out this list of vocabulary activities for little to help teach students to read!
5 Types of Writing Feedback | Lindsay Ann Learning English Teacher Blog
This fourth blog post in a series on grading hacks for English teachers focuses on five types of writing feedback and how to use them effectively during class to promote student revision and responsibility.