5th grade teachers
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Wordless Picture Books for Upper Elementary Classrooms - Teaching Made Practical
Wordless books can be a fun, engaging way to teach different writing and literacy skills to 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students. You can use wordless books to practice sequencing, making inferences or predictions, writing dialogue, asking questions, and more. Check out these wordless books that will motivate and engage your upper elementary students.
Fish in a Tree Novel Study with distance learning options
Using read alouds as mentor texts can help students become better readers and writers. Check out these tips for getting students better at responding to reading, narrative writing, and thinking deeply. Reader's workshop, teaching narrative writing, Fish in a Tree, narrative writing lessons, narrative writing printables
Favorite Fifth Grade Read Aloud Texts
If you're like me you probably enjoy switching up your read alouds once in awhile and trying something new. But finding that something new can be a lot of work. Not anymore!!!!! I've compiled a FREE list for you of the BEST fifth grade read alouds - chosen by those who know best - fifth grade teachers just like YOU!!! #fifthgradefreebies #wildaboutfifthgrade Enjoy!
Ice breakers: I love these get-to-know-you questions for the first days of school. Middle School grades. Could put these all in a box and have students draw out the question they have to answer. Or put them on the board and have kids shoot basketballs at the ones they want to talk about.
I love these get-to-know-you questions for the first days of school. Middle School grades. by P.M.Y.