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FREEBIE!!!! Perfect classroom resource for teaching NON-FICTION! Great for Literacy Centers and Guided Reading! Upper Elementary

This Project Based Learning idea was a hit with my elementary students! They loved diving into map skills and landforms and, of course, burying their own treasure! This is a great way to introduce PBL activities in an engaging way. This PBL resource includes rubrics and step-by-step directions. A great way to assess map skills in your 21st Century classroom!

Geology cake. All of the layers of the Earth with landforms and other things that would be useful to teach with.

CCSS Reading Discussion Prompts (5th Grade)

5th Grade CCSS Aligned Reading Discussion Prompts is a collection of 3 sets of 8 prompts each to guide whole class or cooperative learning discussions. Using these 24 prompts will foster effective discussions and help you meet English Language Arts Standards. These questions are the same questions as the 3 sets in the 5th Grade Talking Sticks Book Discussion pack; the only difference is that these are formatted to make them easy to display in front of the class. $

The Student-Led Conference Handbook

Make a real and lasting change in your students' learning and behavior with this authentic way to conduct student conferences! $3.00

Figurative Language Chart and Student Worksheets

Figurative Language Chart with activities! Give to your students for quick and easy reference,, priced item

Figurative Language: Idioms, Similes, Metaphors, etc. CCSS Aligned +Answer Keys

$6.00 Rachel Lynette's 30 ready-to-use figurative language worksheets are perfect for learning to identify and write seven common types of figurative language: simile, metaphor, idioms, hyperbole, personification, onomatopoeia, and alliteration. Each type of figurative language includes an introductory worksheet with a definition and examples. The color and clip art makes them great for printing and laminating for use at centers, or print in gr...