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Make comparing and contrasting more interesting by incorporating a snowball fight!  Great activity for 3rd grade or 4th grade students.

Make comparing and contrasting more interesting by incorporating a snowball fight! Great activity for grade or grade students.

4th grade anchor charts

Just 23 Totally Perfect 4th Grade Anchor Charts

Compare and contrast Materials so youreplicate the compare and contrast anchor chart and lesson for your own upper elementary and middle school students.

There are countless opportunities to teach the concept of comparing and contrasting - you can have students compare themselves and a classmate, two seasons, two sports... the list goes on and on! I wi

Compare and Contrast (Address the standards with this FREE activity!) (Crafting-Connections.blogspot.com)

There are countless opportunities to teach the concept of comparing and contrasting - you can have students compare themselves and a classmate, two seasons, two sports. the list goes on and on! I wi

Compare & Contrast Center Activity free from The Curriculum Corner

Compare & Contrast Center Activity

Upper Elementary Snapshots: 6 Tips to Teach Compare and Contrast

6 Tips to Teach Compare and Contrast

Lots of great tips to teach Compare and Contrast.  Read this post about this fabulous teacher's ideas and tips for teaching her favorite reading skill.

6 Tips to Teach Compare and Contrast

Tips to teach compare and contrast to upper elementary students. Includes ideas on including fiction, biography, and traditional fantasy.

This post shares 10 reading center ideas for upper elementary students that are rigorous and engaging. Several freebies on this post.

Reading Centers for Upper Elementary

LITERACY CENTRES - Jr/Int - This post shares 10 reading center ideas for upper elementary students that are rigorous and engaging. Several freebies on this post.

Point of View Board Game contains 30 paragraph game cards and a game board to help students practice identifying whether a passage is being told from the first person, second person, third person limited, or third person omniscient point of view. This game works great as a pair/group activity, or for use in literacy centers!

Point of View Activity: Point of View Game (Includes 3rd Limited & Omniscient)

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