4th Grade ELA Centers

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19 Ridiculously Simple DIYs Every Elementary School Teacher Should Know. This would be great in reading groups or for word work practice. I love how simple and low cost it is. Kindergarten Literacy, Classroom Activities, Fun Activities, Preschool, Spelling Activities, Classroom Ideas, Future Classroom, Spelling Games, Listening Activities

Sight Word Stick Centers

This sight word stick packet includes 10 games and recording sheets. Students will draw sticks out of a cup/can/or container to play literacy games while having fun. The packet includes 10 games with recording sheets. These games can be done using sight words or weekly spelling words for more tar...

Really nice & detailed post on how she does Grade Literacy Centers - including examples of her centers. Ideas for my older kids. Teaching 5th Grade, 5th Grade Classroom, 5th Grade Reading, Classroom Ideas, Reading Lessons, Reading Skills, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas

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Debbie's Dabblings: Spelling Tic Tac Know Part 2 Word Study possible homework Sight Word Spelling, Spelling Homework, Spelling Practice, Grade Spelling, Spelling Activities, Spelling And Grammar, Spelling Ideas, Spelling Centers, Word Work Activities

Spelling Tic Tac Know Part 2

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving! I really needed a restful break and got more than I bargained for since I've been sick since Tuesd...

The Basics of Writer's Workshop - I love the idea of a chart to show kids exactly what they will be doing and what they are expected to be doing. If only our writing block was that long. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Lucy Calkins Kindergarten, Teaching Ideas, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Process, Writing Ideas

The Basics of Writer's Workshop

I've had a number of people find my organization of the Writer's Notebook to be very helpful; hooray! However, many need more information on how to actually implement the Writer's Workshop (also called Writers' Workshop & Writing Workshop). When I found this visual today (and repinned it on Pinterest- Stephanie Madison) I knew I had to get it up here. It didn't have the creator, but the original graphic can be found at…

teaching a Friendly Letter Writing Pack Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Ideas, Writing Practice, Teaching Language Arts, Classroom Language

Friendly Letter Writing Pack

Here's the Friendly Letter Writing Unit you're looking for! Make sure you download the preview to see all the details in this interactive, top-selling writing workshop unit for first and second graders!

If your school is anything like mine, it's incredibly difficult to find the time for students to practice the necessary grammar and foundational writing skills for expository and creative writing. Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Skills, Writing Centers, Grammar Activities, Writing Ideas, Fourth Grade Writing, 5th Grade Reading

4th and 5th Grade Writing and Grammar Task Card Center Kit

If your school is anything like mine, it's incredibly difficult to find the time for students to practice the necessary grammar and foundational writing skills for expository and creative writing. This kit includes the essential components of a self-contained, no-maintenance center that students can...

Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Friendly Letter Anchor Chart I like letters between each student and their parents each week. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Science Writing, Writing Ideas, Writing Process, Writing Practice, Writing Skills

Have students do this weekly so they can learn to write letters as well as just basic writing strategies. This way you know what they learned. Model maybe 1st and 2nd week then have them do it every Friday before they leave for the week.