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This All About Me Worksheet is the perfect way for students to share information about themselves for back to school and to help build community.
Using Green Eggs and Ham Reader's Theater, students act out different parts in the story Green Eggs and Hall to learn more about Dr. Seuss.
Using Asking and Answering Questions Worksheet, students use resources your teacher provides to find information to help you answer the question.
Using the Formal vs Informal Worksheet, students determine which words or phrases are most appropriate to be said during formal or informal situations.
Using Key Ideas and Details Worksheet, students read text or listen to an oral presentation and take notes on the details or key ideas you hear.
Using this Describing Nouns Adjective Activity, students describe familiar people, places, things, and events.
Using Hurricanes Reading Comprehension Activity, students refer to details to explain what the text says explicitly and when drawing inferences.
Using this Express Your Feelings Character Education Activity, students express thoughts, feelings, and ideas clearly.
Using the After Reading Discussion Cards, students actively engage in group reading activities to discuss purpose and understanding after shared reading.
Using the Asking Questions About Pictures Worksheet, students use the words who, what, where, when, why, and how to ask oral questions about the pictures.
Using Guess Who Matching Game Activity, students take turns asking questions to figure out their partner's mystery person.
Using the Informal vs Formal Worksheet, students determine which words or phrases are most appropriate to be said during formal or informal situations.
Using this Using Clues to Describe Activity, students describe familiar people, places, things, and events.
Using the Writing Formal vs. Informal Letters Worksheet, students read the prompts to determine if the situation requires formal or informal sentences.
Using this What Does it Mean Literal Non-Literal Language Activity, students determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text, distinguishing literal from non-literal language.
Using the Small Group Discussions Checklist Worksheet, students participate in a group discussion using these small group discussion rules.
Using the Speaking Worksheet, students fill in the speech bubbles with examples of how the students speak clearly and audibly to others.
Using this Collaboration Worksheet, students rate their group members as they read aloud a text or discuss a topic with a group of students.