who what when where why how chart 2nd grade | This one belongs to Teacher Trap ! I love how it shows all the reading ...

Making Connections Anchor Chart: Can be shown in a different way for upper grades. Still a good basic chart to remind students as they read.

Miss Van Maren's Fantastic First Grade: Guided Reading: A little novelty goes a LONG way!

Guided Reading story sticks - students pulls a stick and answers the question from the read aloud or make these for my small group/ guided reading groups

Ida Heen Hansen

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antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms charts LOVE THIS FOR THE BOYS! GREAT ASSESSMENT

Life in the Grade.This is a great way to show the difference between antonyms, synonyms, and homonyms! It makes a terrific bulletin board or hall display as well!

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Preparing Students to Present

Article found on Edudemic, that shows 27 presentation tips for students. Written by Jeff Dunn with an infographic entitled Preparing Students to Present: 27 Ways to Have an Awesome Presentation created by Mia MacMeekin.

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