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K-1 Lessons of the Month
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Grades 2-5 Lessons of the Month
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Grades 6-8 Lesson of the Month
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Summer is the time to rest and reflect. These slides are designed to keep your student's writing skills sharp through a series of journal entries. Downloads June 2021 Grade K-8 …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades 6-8Grades 2-5Grades K-1

Students will be learning some of the important vocabulary words associated with opinion writing and sharing their opinions about their favorite season. They’ll use their thumbs up and thumbs down …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1

Students will build on the important vocabulary of opinion/argument writing. They will share their opinions about their favorite season, but go a step further and think about how others might …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5

Students will dive into argument writing as they grapple with the issue: Should we have year-round school? They will learn the vocabulary of argument writing including, claim, issue, supporting details, …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 6-8

Students will read and/or listen to several poems that use imagery as a literary device to allow the reader to visualize a topic or theme. They will then create their …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 6-8

Students will write a diamante poem using a spring theme as the jumping off point. A diamante poem has a specific pattern that students will learn and practice. They will …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5

Students will review the “NO GO” words, listen to several books about spring, and then write a poem using the “NO GO” words. Worms wiggle, flowers bloom, caterpillars crawl! How …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1

Time for revision! In this robust lesson, students will have the opportunity to go step by step through the revision process to add necessary “VITAMINS” to the weak sentences provided …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 6-8

Do your students ever talk about what they want to be when they grow up? Do they want to milk giraffes? Or be the master of a snail farm? In …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5

Students are going to love this trip to the ocean in the text, Ocean Animals from Head to Tail by Stacey Roderick and Kwanchai Moriya. In this text, they’ll be …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1