60 Awesome Classroom Doors for Back to School
These ideas will inspire you to roll out the butcher paper, unpack the construction paper, and break out the scissors.
Reading Curriculum and Intervention Guide
Do you struggle knowing which reading skills to teach your students? This Reading Skills Step Ladder will give teachers a quick and easy "at a glance" view of how students develop reading skills and help them identify gaps where students are missing essential skills.• If you need help knowing WHAT t...
10 Drawer Cart Labels
Browse over 50 educational resources created by Peace In Primary in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Online Testing Strategies: Prepare Your Students To Take Online Assessments - Teaching with Jennifer Findley
Preparing students to take online tests does not have to be difficult or frustrating. This post shares multiple and authentic online testing strategies.
How I Motivate & Encourage My Students for Under $20 During Testing Season - The Meaningful Teacher
Meaningful, easy, and affordable ways to motivate and encourage the students in your classroom during standardized or state testing.
A Complete Guide to the Third Grade Reading Standards • Teacher Thrive
Download your complete guide to the third grade reading standards for both nonfiction and fiction texts. This is handy tool for guided and shared reading.
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Word Work Cheat Sheet Upper Elementary
Word Work Mini-Lesson Reference for Guided Reading The question I have been asked the most over the years by other teachers is, "How do you find the time to differentiate Word Work for your students and still teach everything else?" Short answer - I use the time I am already meeting with them in G...
Top 10 Tips for Building Fluent Readers - Teaching with a Mountain View
We have all heard about the shift that happens, usually between second and third grade, when students (should) go from learning to read to reading to learn. Unfortunately, for some students, their ability to read to learn is stifled by their inability to read fluently. Even for those kids who can read at an average ... Read more