6th grade Reading

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Mama Fisher

Step-by-Step Reading Bundle with Interactive Notebooks

Step-by-Step Reading is a series of effective reading units used in thousands of classrooms. It is full of engaging lessons and resources. A scaffolding approach helps students understand what they are reading. Research shows that building from a basic reading skill to a more complex one not only develops, but strengthens reading comprehension. Do your student(s) need...

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7 Interactive Bulletin Boards Ideas for Your Library - Alexandria Library Automation Software

Library bulletin boards can be a great way to show off your current programs, books, and ideas. We’ve gathered ideas to give you inspiration for your next bulletin board display!

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A Visual Guide to Theme (with Teaching Tips)

Theme might be the most difficult concept for ELA students of all ages to understand. This visual guide to theme presents the concept of theme for students in a way that they can easily comprehend and remember. You can print it off for their notebooks or learning stations, post it in the room, or pl...

Teaching Figurative Language Techniques WORKSHEETS

Do you want to help your students understand a wide range of figurative language techniques? These worksheets will do just that. Each worksheet contains information and examples on each technique (which can be cut off and make for great notes in their books), as well as practice exercises. Answer ke...

Teaching figurative language in 5th grade is a lot of fun! Check out this post for my go-to read alouds and other tips and resources for teaching figurative language.

Read Alouds for Teaching Figurative Language | Mentor Texts for Reading - Teaching with Jennifer Findley

Teaching figurative language in 5th grade is a lot of fun! Check out this post for my go-to read alouds and other tips and resources for teaching figurative language.

Conference Toolkit Demonstration Notebook Conferring

Conference Toolkit Demonstration Notebook Conferring

6th Grade Reading List

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Reading Response Pages (Digital & Print)

A huge collection of flexible, differentiated, reading response pages in an engaging reader's notebook style, to use with virtually any piece of literature or fiction text. Printable (both half-page and full-page) AND digital (Google Slides) versions are included!Lots of Variety!Includes response pa...

An ELA Teacher's List of Best Books for 6th Grade

I must admit that I am a realistic and historical fiction nut! I love knowing that stories can actually transpire, so my list of best 6th grade reading books is full of these genres.

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Tone Comic with Activities Featuring William Blake

William Blake Explains Tone: A Poetry Comic with Activities Included This comic teaches students the concept of tone using Blake's poem "The Tiger." The comic and poem are accompanied by questions as well as a second poem with activities. If you like this resource, you might be interested in these...