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Graphic Organizers for Helping Kids to Understand Main Topic, Main Idea and Key Supporting Details

Hello Literacy: So What's the Big Deal? Getting to the Main Idea & Key Details - (Standard . My hs students seem to love the younger handouts anyway

Here's a 3-2-1 exit slip for use with nonfiction texts.

(I've been doing a version of this during GR.would be great to have this as a laminated version for students to use in their book boxes and/or at the GR table).revise for end of day reflection.

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As an English teacher, it will be essential to write and present persuasive arguments. This useful graphic organizer will help students build an argument for either a speech or an essay.

This tool shows children that even when things seem difficult, if we persevere and keep trying we can learn, and overcome difficulties. Children that find learning too easy, and are not challenged may be flying at the moment, but are they really learning? This really does show how important it is to make sure all children are challenged. I've taken inspiration from other learning pits I have seen, and added a 'toolkit' with some encouraging words. As a grown up, I can see the value in this…

This tool shows children that even when things seem difficult, if we persevere…

Free printable number wheel for number recognition, number matching games, subitising activities and games to learn number bonds to 10 or 20

Math Center: Free printable number wheel for number recognition, number matching games, subitising activities and games to learn number bonds to 10 or 20

Karakia More

Everyday just before eating our lunch a child shares a Food Karakia - a Maori prayer. The child shares each line and the rest of the class repeat it. After we've finished the Karakia we get on with eating our lunch.

Common Maori Classroom Phrases Charts | Maori Posters

23 common commands and 6 common questions are listed on this fantastic chart in both Te Reo and English. Ideal for introducing everyday Maori language into classrooms