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LEKTIONSFÖRSLAG: Bildpromenad, frågorna, delat ordförråd med författarna, och fantasin

LEKTIONSFÖRSLAG: Bildpromenad, frågorna, delat ordförråd med författarna, och fantasin

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The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore - Reading Group Guide A Reading Group Guide for The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore by William Joyce Learn to Draw Tutorials for Kids Print and enjoy our Learn to Draw Animals pages for kids of all ages. Kids can use our step by step... Here's a collection of our "learn to draw" activities for Spring. Children can follow...

26 Book Report Ideas & TGIF Book reports are a great way for kids to recall what they’ve read, help with reading comprehension, and improve writing too. But not all kids enjoy filling out book report forms. Here are 26 creative, fun, and unique book report ideas. Welcome to the TGIF Linky Party! Please grab a button below to include with your linked up post so others will find our party too. Free English Reading comprehension tests and exercises online Reading comprehension is also an important part when you take an English test. Reading comprehension test can help you to improve vocabulary, grammar, and logical thought ability. There are some tips for you to improve reading skills: - Practice reading every day. You should read different fields to improve your vocabulary. - Take note all new words and learn them.

Compare and Contrast Two or More Characters in a Story {Freebies Included!} I'm back for the next part of our character development lesson using Verdi by Janell Cannon. For this lesson, I will be sharing how we used the book to compare and contrast two or more characters in a story, drawing on specific details from the text. To read the first blog post in this series, and to grab the free Inferring Character Traits Graphic Organizer, click HERE.

Not A Stick - Story & Creative Activity I have been following No Time for Flash Cards for a very long time now and one thing I know about Allie is that she loves a good quality children’s book. So I thought I would share a fun little book we recently explored in my preschool classroom… The title of the book is “Not a Stick” by Antoinette Portis. The book is very simple to read and the basic idea is to get children’s imaginations going by imagining the stick in the book is anything but a stick! As a class we have read this book at least three times and now as I read the book, the children shout out what the stick will be next! “It’s a fishing pole!”

Learn to Draw Animals Print and enjoy our Learn to Draw Animals pages for kids of all ages. Kids can use our step by step illustrations to discover how to draw all sorts of animals and build up their skills and confidence in the process...plus they are just good fun! You could build up a whole folder of these printable pages for rainy days - teachers might even want to laminate them and keep them ready as a time-filler or reward. And of course many of them tie into classroom themes, too. We have over 80 of these animal drawing pages so you are sure to find one that appeals! Daily 5 Work on Writing-Monthly Resources - Second Story Window Can I just say that this sight makes me so happy! There’s a basket for each month just chock-full of writing goodies. (Rubber maid stackables for the win!) Like I mentioned yesterday, the framework stays the same each month: journal prompts, list tags, research cards, and stationery. Only the content changes. Here’s a month-by-month look:

Using authentic materials Using authentic materials Submitted by admin on 19 April, 2004 - 13:00 Using authentic materials is one of the mainstays of an imaginative and motivating higher level course, but rarely features at levels lower than intermediate. There are several reasons for this, primarily a kind of fear that students will panic when faced with language that is largely unfamiliar, and a feeling that to prevent this the language should be edited to the students' level. This is an unnecessary fear, as using authentic materials can be rewarding and stimulating for both teacher and students. Sources Aren't authentic materials too difficult?

Book Report Poster (UPDATED) Thank you to Diane for submitting this fun book report poster. It’s legal size (paper) worksheet and is great for lower grades (or as an easy project for upper grades). Great end of the year project (present on your favorite book from the year) or as an end of the quarter/semester project. Comparing and Contrasting with the Three Little Pigs We keep hoping for snow here in middle Tennessee. We got so close yesterday, but nothing! Boo! While wishing for snow last week, our comprehension skill focus was on comparing and contrasting. You may be familiar with this common core standard:

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