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Do you have play-doh in your classroom? Students can use a pencil or straw to create an array when learning about repeated addition or multiplication! ... See MoreSee Less
Dr. King’s words are words that should never be forgotten. Students read a quote and respond by writing or drawing what they think it means.
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I have been so excited to share these with all my teacher friends!
Just in case you missed it, RIR outlines showcase the book title, nonfiction reader title, vocabulary words, comprehension focuses, grammar skill, and phonics element for EACH book on ONE sheet per book! So. Easy.
Find the outlines here:
1st Grade: bit.ly/1stRiROutline
2nd Grade: bit.ly/2ndRiROutline
3rd Grade: bit.ly/3rdRiROutline ... See MoreSee Less
Oh my stars. This book is GORGEOUS!! The words and the illustrations...😍. It’s no surprise that the author and the illustrator are both multi-award winners. Harlem’s Little Blackbird tells the story of Florence Mills. Florence paved the way for many dancers and singers during the Jazz Age and Harlem Renaissance. She only lived to be 31 years old, but this book helps her legacy to live on. ... See MoreSee Less