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The Keys to a Great Opening Scene

The Keys to a Great Opening Scene: 1) Immediate Action, 2) Meeting the Protagonist, 3) Seeing the Protagonist in a Pinch, 4) Being Introduced to a Mystery

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Snowman Adjective Craftivity

This Snowman Craftivity is a great little addition to a writing or adjectives unit. Also a great Christmas/Winter activity.

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Cruising.

Someone is murdered on the cruise ship you're on. Passengers are told to lock themselves in their cabins and await instructions. The captain speaks from the ships PA system, "The first contestant has fallen. Only 5,132 remain." With that, the doors all click and swing open.

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Writing Prompt Task Cards - Black and White Ink Friendly

Writing Prompts. These task cards feature 40 different writing topics. They are great for literacy centers, writing stations, whole class lessons or fast finisher activities. The topics are diverse and include everyday topics, opinion topics, persuasive topics, would you rather etc. There are also acrostic poem activities and list writing.

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Expanded Form- Fill in the chart to show how many hundreds, tens and ones make up the number. Great place value practice for 2nd Grade!

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Posters Syllabication Steps Syllable Types Syllables Syllable Patterns Orthon-G

If you are teaching syllables the Orthon-Gillingham way in your classroom, these posters (which can be printed in A4 or A5 sizes) would be very useful for you and your pupils! They serve as quick reference guides for you and your pupils during lessons.

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Liven Up Reading Discussions with written conversations.

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