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This board is full of great ideas, suggestions, activities, games, downloads, FREE materials, and much for the 5th grade classroom. Whether you are a classroom teacher or homeschool parent, you're going to love everything here. And your fifth graders will too!

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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Work on reading strategies with your upper elementary 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or homeschool students. You get differentiated reading passages, text dependent questions, graphic organizers, posters, and more. Topics include annuals vs perennials, umbrellas, springtime myths, and tornado forecasting. (third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders) #ReadingComprehension SpringCloseReading 4th Grade Reading, Student Reading, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Teaching Ideas, Learning, Reading Lessons, Reading Resources, Reading Strategies
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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Close Reading Passages - Spring

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Work on reading strategies with your upper elementary 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or homeschool students. You get differentiated reading passages, text dependent questions, graphic organizers, posters, and more. Topics include annuals vs perennials, umbrellas, springtime myths, and tornado forecasting. (third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders) #ReadingComprehension SpringCloseReading

Spring Persuasive Writing Pack by Kristine Nannini - Help your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade upper elementary students focus on their writing skills with this great download. Topics include Groundhog's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Spring Break, Easter, and Mother's Day. Check out the planning pages, graphic organizers, prompts, publishing pages, and more. (third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders, write, February, March, April, May) #YoungTeacherLove #springwriting 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Special Education Teacher, My Teacher, Persuasive Writing, Writing Prompts, Doodle Frames, Writing Skills, Graphic Organizers
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Spring Persuasive Writing Pack - Young Teacher Love

Spring Persuasive Writing Pack by Kristine Nannini - Help your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade upper elementary students focus on their writing skills with this great download. Topics include Groundhog's Day, St. Patrick's Day, Spring Break, Easter, and Mother's Day. Check out the planning pages, graphic organizers, prompts, publishing pages, and more. (third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders, write, February, March, April, May) #YoungTeacherLove #springwriting

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Nonfiction Text Features - Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions

This Nonfiction Text Features-Reading Comprehension Passages & Questions for 3rd, 4th, 5th, 6th grade & homeschool students. This resource is to help your third, fourth, fifth & sixth graders identify, understand & use different text features. As students progress through this, the text & questions increase in complexity. Includes three different levels of each passage & print features, graphic aids, informational aids & organizational aids. #Reading

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions Figurative Language Differentiated 3rd Grade Classroom, School Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Reading Comprehension Passages, Comprehension Strategies, Reading Themes, Figure Of Speech, Making Inferences, Context Clues
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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Making Inferences - Inferencing

Making Inferences - Inferencing Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Differentiated Passages and Questions to practice making inferences for students. These are perfect for guided groups, intervention, homework, and more! Give them a try today with your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or homeschool students. Learning how to inference does NOT have to be a challenge. #MakingInferences #Reading

What Might Be Missing with Your Parent Communication - Kristine Nannini - Forms to use for parent volunteering in the classroom, keeping track of parent phone calls, and tip - Parent Volunteer Letter, Letter To Teacher, Meet The Teacher, 5th Grade Classroom, Classroom Jobs, Family Communication, Preschool Parent Communication, Classroom Management Styles, School Folders
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What Might Be Missing with Your Parent Communication - Kristine Nannini

Help your elementary students' parents, guardians, & families better stay involved in their child's learning. Here a veteran teacher spells out three main steps she takes to ensure student success all year long. Great tips for your classroom to keep it simple & stress free. Weekly & monthly newsletter options plus open house are discussed, & how to give out your contact information. Great for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade room. #BackToSchool #Parentcommunication #FamilyCommunication

Making Inferences Differentiated Leveled Passages and Questions! Ten leveled passages with questions for your students to practice inferring. by Kristine Nannini Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Groups, Reading Resources, 4th Grade Classroom, Classroom Ideas, Making Inferences, 4th Grade Reading
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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Making Inferences - Inferencing

Making Inferences - Inferencing Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Differentiated Passages and Questions to practice making inferences for students. These are perfect for guided groups, intervention, homework, and more! Give them a try today with your 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade classroom or homeschool students. Learning how to inference does NOT have to be a challenge. (third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders, home school) #MakingInferences

Freebies to Help Students Master Nonfiction Text Features Paragraph Writing, Opinion Writing, Persuasive Writing, Writing Rubrics, 4th Grade Writing, Third Grade Reading, Fourth Grade, Nonfiction Text Features, Reading Passages
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Freebies to Help Students Master Nonfiction Text Features

Help upper elementary kids master nonfiction text features with the ideas, FREE downloads, and teaching tips at this blog post. Make reading to learn easier for 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade students. Details for graphic, informational, and organizational aids are included - as well as print features. An anchor chart, whole class practice, freebies, partner work, & more. #3rdGradeReading #4thGradeReading #5thGradeReading #6thGradeReading

March Madness Math Project and Spring Persuasive Writing Packs - Young Teacher Love 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Fun Math, Math Activities, Writing Algebraic Expressions, March Madness Tournament, Fifth Grade Math, Math Projects, Persuasive Writing
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March Madness Basketball Tournament Math Project

March Madness Basketball Tournament Math Project - Help your upper elementary or middle school 5th and 6th grade students have a real world opportunity to practice fractions, decimals, percents, data, probability, rates, statistics, data tables, line plots, writing algebraic expressions, and mean, median, mode, & range with this great download. Perfect for ANY time of year if you want to review math skills using statistics from previous years. #TestPrep #MathProject

March Madness Math Project and Spring Persuasive Writing Packs - Young Teacher Love 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, 5th Grade Math, Writing Algebraic Expressions, March Madness Tournament, Math Projects, Persuasive Writing, Math Concepts, Special Education Teacher
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March Madness Basketball Tournament Math Project

March Madness Basketball Tournament Math Project - Help your upper elementary or middle school 5th and 6th grade students have a real world opportunity to practice fractions, decimals, percents, data, probability, rates, statistics, data tables, line plots, writing algebraic expressions, and mean, median, mode, & range with this great download. Perfect for ANY time of year if you want to review math skills using statistics from previous years. Great way to sneak in test prep! #MarchMadness

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking - Review important math concepts in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students with this great download. Work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, & logic and reasoning. You get ten logic games - opening a lockbox, batting order, weather forecasts, basketball brackets, and more. Great for the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders. #Spring #SpringActivities #KristineNannini Critical Thinking Activities, Critical Thinking Skills, 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Logic Games, Logic Puzzles, Brain Busters, Batting Order, Love And Logic

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking - Review important math concepts in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students with this great download. Work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, & logic and reasoning. You get ten logic games - opening a lockbox, batting order, weather forecasts, basketball brackets, and more. Great for the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders. #Spring #SpringActivities #KristineNannini

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking - Review important math concepts in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students with this great download. Work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, & logic and reasoning. You get ten logic games - opening a lockbox, batting order, weather forecasts, basketball brackets, and more. Great for the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders. #Spring #SpringActivities #SpringMath #KristineNannini

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking

Spring Logic Puzzles - Brain Teasers - Critical Thinking - Review important math concepts in your 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th grade students with this great download. Work on addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, algebra, & logic and reasoning. You get ten logic games - opening a lockbox, batting order, weather forecasts, basketball brackets, and more. Great for the third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders. #Spring #SpringActivities #SpringMath #KristineNannini

Main Idea and Supporting Details Passages - Reading Comprehension Passages - Determine main idea & key details of an expository text with this great download for your upper elementary 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students. You get three different levels of text for differentiation. Included are leveled passages, five questions, & detailed answer keys, Click through now to grab this for your third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders! #Reading #MainIdea 5th Grade Classroom, Middle School Classroom, Special Education Teacher, My Teacher, Reading Comprehension Passages, Main Idea, Upper Elementary, September, This Or That Questions
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Main Idea and Supporting Details Passages - Reading Comprehension Passages

Main Idea and Supporting Details Passages - Reading Comprehension Passages - Determine main idea & key details of an expository text with this great download for your upper elementary 3rd, 4th, 5th, or 6th grade students. You get three different levels of text for differentiation. Included are leveled passages, five questions, & detailed answer keys, Click through now to grab this for your third, fourth, fifth, or sixth graders! #Reading #MainIdea

What Really Is Comprehension? Anchor Chart - Help your elementary classroom or homeschool students better understand exactly what comprehension is with this great anchor chart. Perfect for the upper elementary classroom, or adapt it for use with your primary students as well. Great for readers workshop, guided reading lessons, whole group activities, or to hang as a poster on the wall. #UpperElementary #ReadingComprehension #AnchorChart Comprehension Strategies, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Resources, Ell Strategies, Literacy Strategies, Comprehension Worksheets, Literacy Centers
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How To Convert Your Fake Readers Into Real Readers - Young Teacher Love

What Really Is Comprehension? Anchor Chart - Help your elementary classroom or homeschool students better understand exactly what comprehension is with this great anchor chart. Perfect for the upper elementary classroom, or adapt it for use with your primary students as well. Great for readers workshop, guided reading lessons, whole group activities, or to hang as a poster on the wall. #UpperElementary #ReadingComprehension #AnchorChart

Are you looking for a fun test prep idea for your and grade math students? Use coloring pages, tic-tac-toe, and a relay race to turn boring test prep into a fun, outdoor game. Fun Test, Math Test, Test Prep, 5th Grade Classroom, 5th Grade Math, Teacher Lesson Plans, Math Concepts, Special Education Teacher, 5th Grades

Fun Test Prep Idea by Kristine Nannini of Young Teacher Love

Fun Test Prep Idea with Test Prep Coloring Pages and Outdoor Games - Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini - Make test prep FUN with a Tic Tac Toe relay race, color by number, or task cards. Click through to see how upper elementary 4th or 5th grade classroom teachers can make math test prep easier this school year. Great to differentiate to meet the needs of the diverse learners in your room. #TestPrep #4thGrade #ColoringPages

Spring Close Reading Passages, Text-Dependent Questions & More- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Reading Skills, What Is Close Reading, Text Dependent Questions, Reading Comprehension Passages, Student Reading, Guided Reading
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Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Close Reading Passages - Spring

Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions - Spring Close Reading - Let your 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade upper elementary classroom or homeschool students enjoy springtime with this great download. You get THREE differentiated reading levels for each passage. Topics include annuals versus perennials, umbrellas, myths, and the history of tornado forecasting. {third, fourth, fifth, sixth graders, middle school} #ReadingComprehension

Do your students need help summarizing informational text? Use the TAAMIO strategy to write great informational text summaries. Summary Writing, Nonfiction Text Features, Interactive Journals, 6th Grade Reading, Word Families, Language Arts, English Language, Main Idea, Middle School

Summarizing Informational Text - Young Teacher Love

Teach your elementary students about Summarizing Informational Text: A Simple Strategy to Write an Summary. Summarizing nonfiction text teaches them to determine the most important ideas in a text, ignore unimportant information & connect the main idea & key details of a text in a logical way. It also helps improve memory & comprehension of a text. Students will learn the main idea, important or key details, follow the text structure & putting it all together. #5thGrade