Using Digital Brochures With Nonfiction and Research

With Martin Luther King Day, Chinese New Year, Presidents Day, and Black History Month coming up, it's a great time for studying biographies and nonfiction. Using Digital Brochures is an easy way for students to do their research about a person or place, and create a colorful brochure. In this post, you'll learn more about Using Digital Brochures With Nonfiction and Research.

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GO DIGITAL With Digital Graphic Organizers With FREEBIE

Graphic Organizers can be used in different ways with a variety of subjects. They are easy to implement and cover skills about almost any topic or subject area. Graphic organizers can be used in science, social studies, reading comprehension, writing, or math. The neatest part of using digital graphic organizers is that they are PAPERLESS. The templates can be used over and over again. In this post, I'll give you reasons to GO DIGITAL With Graphic Organizers and provide you with a FREEBIE.

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Benefits of Using Google Slides for Morning Messages With FREEBIE

Do you write daily assignments and homework on a dry erase board or on your Smartboard each day? Do your students overlook important due dates or upcoming events? In this post I'm going to share benefits of Using Google Slides for Morning Messages and I'll show you how to create your own.  I've also included free templates that are easy to use.



How to Teach Characterization With Technology and The Butterfly

I'm a huge fan of Patricia Polacco. There are so many skills and life lessons that can be taught through reading her wonderful books. One of my favorites is The Butterfly. It's a story about two courageous young girls during World War II. In this post, I'm going to share with you How to Teach Characterization With Technology and The Butterfly. I'm joining my Reading Crew friends to share Reading and Writing Skills With Mentor Text. Make sure to download your free resources and enter to win a book or gift card.

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