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Free Adventure story map focuses students attention on the unique characteristics of an adventure story

Adventure story map focuses students attention on the unique characteristics of an adventure narrative. The concepts are hero/heroine, a difficult journey, challenges a final challenge and character transformation are addressed in this graphic organizer.

FREE- Students have so much fun writing narratives in which they invite famous guests to dinner. Imagine the conversation between George Washington and Justin Bieber! This would be a perfect activity during a unit on dialogue.

FREE- Students have so much fun writing narratives in which they invite famous guests to dinner. Imagine the conversation between George Washington and Justin Bieber! This would be a perfect activity during a unit on dialogue.

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Students take turns contributing to a story, making sure to include the elements…

#FreebiesLoveFeedback Students are hot on the trail for examples of direct and indirect characterization with these worksheets. This is a sample from my Characterization Detective Worksheets and Booklet Packet. (4-7)

Students are hot on the trail for examples of direct and indirect characterization with these worksheets. This is a sample from my Characterization Detective Worksheets and Booklet Packet.

A great round-up of figurative language activities for ANY students. And they're all FREE!

Figurative Language Round Up

A great round-up of figurative language activities for ANY students. If your students are struggling with similes, idioms, metaphors, or other types of figurative language - you'll LOVE the ideas in this post!

FREE 260 prompts that will get your students' pencils flying!  These are prompts kids relate to!  Use for discussion starters, at centers or as fillers. Read teachers' comments below the product description!

FREE 260 prompts that will get your students' pencils flying! These are prompts kids relate to! Use for discussion starters, at centers or as fillers. Read teachers' comments below the product description! Grades 4 - and up!

Reading Minilessons to use for Middle School Students in t

Tuck Everlasting Novel Guide {Common Core Aligned}

Freebie: The key to a successful Reading Workshop at the middle school level is allowing students enough time for their independent reading.

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