Elementary ela

Boost your child's elementary ELA skills with exciting and interactive activities. Discover top ideas to make learning English language arts enjoyable and effective for your little learner.
If you're looking for an easy way to introduce reading strategies to students, then you're going to love this FREE set of reading comprehension skills doodle pages. The set includes over 20 pages to help you teach reading skills in the upper elementary or middle school classroom! Ideas, Reading Comprehension, Middle School Ela, English, Reading Comprehension Strategies, Reading Comprehension Skills, Reading Comprehension Activities, Teaching Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies Middle School

If you're looking for an easy way to introduce reading strategies to students, then you're going to love this FREE set of reading comprehension skills doodle pages. The set includes over 20 pages to help you teach reading skills in the upper elementary or middle school classroom!

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Brain Waves Instruction --- Curriculum Lesson Plans
Close Reading, Third Grade Reading, Readers Workshop, 5th Grade Reading, Daily 5, Elementary Reading, 2nd Grade Reading, 4th Grade Reading, 3rd Grade Reading

Classroom magazines have become an invaluable resource in my classroom for exposing my students to informational texts. Our language arts curriculum lacks quality non-fiction selections. Classroom magazines, such as Time For Kids and Scholastic News have been great for exposing my students to engaging and current non-fiction material. However, I use to struggle with the best way to work them into my language arts block. This post explains what I have done to make the most of all those…

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Jessica 'Wrenn' Brown
6th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, Third Grade Classroom, Elementary Literacy, 5th Grade Writing, 5th Grade Classroom, Upper Elementary Reading, Elementary Literacy Activities, Upper Elementary Literacy

Whether you call them literacy centers or literacy stations, big kids at the upper elementary level love center time and get so much out of it! How do literacy centers benefit kids? They add variety to learning and to the routine. They allow teachers to easily differentiate learning. They are a great way to help cover and reinforce all of the standards. They give students a place to practice important social skills, like collaboration, problem-solving, and communication. So how do you set up…

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Taylor Holmes