This flipbook shows many different landforms. This would be good, even through junior high, for students to see how landforms rank in size and what their definitions are.
Elementary Classroom Resources
Elements of drama printable to use for interactive notebooks and creating anchor charts plus vocabulary cards.
How to Teach Reading by Genre: Chart for recording characteristics and elements of different genres as part of a genre study. Buzzing with Ms. B
Reading, reading, reading!
This blog post contains a FREE compare and contrast reading activity! Materials are included so you can replicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.
Guided reading lesson
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▶ Introduction to Reading Skills: Text Structure - Compare and Contrast - YouTube
Decomposing Numbers Foldable Books - Perfect for K.OA.A.3! Students will love these interactive, easy-to-make books!
Which feet live where?: Learn about adaptation and evolution with this fun bird-watching activity. [Illustration by George Retseck, for Scientific American]
Haha I totally drew something like this when I was teaching 4 th grade this one looks a lot better than mine!
Free Reading Text Structures Posters!
4th Grade: Reading