Paige Walsh
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Uses Emojis in speech is a perfect way to make your lesson fun and relevant for your kids as you work on inferencing.

Emojis are everywhere these days, from your text messages to commercials. Why not use emoji inferencing to make therapy a bit more functional for our tech savvy students? Here's my favorite way to practice emoji inferencing.

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Author's Purpose anchor chart (picture only) I love how each genre is listed beside the purpose. I like this chart and would like to have one in my own classroom.

Help your students explore ecosystems with this engaging ecosystems circle book! In this resource you will find the option to create a circle book for one particular ecosystem, or a circle book for multiple ecosystems and their characteristics. (This also works well with biomes!)

Help your students explore ecosystems with this engaging ecosystems circle book! In this resource you will find the option to create a circle book for one particular ecosystem, or a circle book for multiple ecosystems and their characteristics.

Learn how to use inquiry circles in Social Studies class. Great for reviewing topics, and teaching the Common Core.

Need some social studies project ideas? Learn how to make Social Studies more engaging for your students with inquiry circles. Inquiry circles reinforce social studies standards while teaching the research process. (Grab the free social studies project