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Reading Anchor Charts
Such a fun activity for the beginning of the school year and a great way to review nonfiction text features!
Inferring is a prime example of a critical thinking skill used in classrooms today. Students are asked to read text and analyze it by thinking deeper---way beyond the visual text. This post will provide ideas to help your students learn how to infer.
Context clues can be tough to teach but so important for our kids to learn! This bundle has two levels of original stories containing Tier 2 words for grades 2-5! It also teaches and emphasizes a color coding strategy for kids as a way to help them under
Happy Sunday! Here are some fab freebies to help teach context clues. Start with this FREE interactive notebook activity from my store. And follow up with this free practice and assessment that align directly with the interactive notebook activity. If you’re looking for something more challenging, OR if you just want to differentiate in your …
Grab these 3 FREE games for helping students to practice using context clues. Great for 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade classrooms!
Hey friends! I’m doing something super exciting over at my blog this week. I am hosting a “Vocabulary Week” where all of my posts will be about developing student vocabulary through games! Wanna join me? Scoot on over for your first freebie game: click on the pic: See you over there in Vocabulary World! You ... Read More about Context Clues Tic-Tac-Toe Game
Context Clues Anchor Charts and Printables. "These Context Clues Printables offer print and go, common core aligned, context clues activities for 4th-6th grade. This context clues product includes four instructional pages to help students search for context clues in text, 1 reading passage, and one multiple choice printable that corresponds with the reading passage."
Context Clues Mini Anchor Chart