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Grades K-12 Printables Guide

What Happened Next? (Grades K-4)
In this lesson, students will explore the idea of "sequencing" as related to stories the class has read and in the routine of daily life.

Editor in Chief (Grades 5-8)
During this lesson, students will learn how to edit work and will practice common editing notations, marks and the use of colored pens when editing and rewriting work.

NEW! Currency Café (Grade 2)
Students will use creative tools to strengthen their understanding of equivalencies in currency and the concept of making change.

NEW! Journey to Mt. Fraction (Grade 5)
Students will use visual fraction models and real-world problem solving to strengthen skills in multiplication and division with fractions.

Color Makes A Difference Mini Poster (Grades K-1)
Learning new words can be as colorful as the seasons! Use this mini poster to identify nouns, adjectives, and verbs that describe each season. Use with Lesson Plan: The Best Season.

"The Best Season" Student Printable (Grades K-1)
Students will use descriptive words to complete a story about the seasons. Have students complete the worksheet by writing a sentence about their favorite season. Use with Lesson Plan: The Best Season.

"My Favorite Room" Student Printable (Grades 1-2)
Students will use this brainstorming sheet to help write about their favorite room. Use with Lesson Plan: My Favorite Room.

"Grammar on the Go" Student Printable (Grade 3)
Students will read a story and identify nouns, verbs, and adjectives with different colors. Use with Lesson Plan: Grammar on the Go.

"Rhyme Time" Student Activity
Students will work with partners to find words that rhyme and then solve a riddle by identifying the rhyming word in the word bank.

"My Dream Classroom" Mini Book Activity
Students will cut along the dotted line and fold pages to make a book. Have students color the pictures to complete the story.

"Make a Family Color Collage" Activity
Send students home with this printable and ask students to practice what they've learned about color with their families. Ask students to share their family works of art!

Outlining Essays (Grades 3-6)
Highlight brainstorming and the elements of an expressive essay. Use with Lesson: Outlining Essays .

Writing First Drafts (Grades 3-6)
Review outlining essays while you encourage your students to begin the draft writing process. Use with Lesson: Writing First Drafts.

When Characters Meet (Grades 6-8)
Guide your students through a valuable brainstorming session and short story writing activity with this prompt and questions about plot elements. Use with Lesson: Short Story Writing

Presenting Persuasively (Grades 6-8)
Help your students identify the strongest and weakest components of their persuasive arguments! Use with Lesson: Presenting Persuasively.

Writing About Memories (Grades 6-8)
Celebrate the fall season by having students brainstorm favorite fall memories to write about in autobiographical essays. Use with Lesson: Autobiographical Writing About Memories.

Writing on a Winter’s Day (Grades 6-8)
Students will begin to think about adjectives, figurative language, and more in order to better express themselves in a descriptive letter. Use with Lesson: Letter Writing.

Writing From Experience(Grades 7-12)
Allow your students to dig into their own personal backgrounds to write an expressive essay. Use with Lesson: Writing from Experience.

Drafting and Revising Essays (Grades 7-12)
Emphasize the importance of drafting and revising essays with this lesson, and encourage students to use their imagination! Use with Lesson: Drafting and Revising Essays.

Persuasive Communication (Grades 9-12)
Use this lesson and a thorough class discussion of advertisements to illustrate how frequently your students experience persuasive communication. Use with Lesson: Persuasive Communication.

Choose Your Words Wisely (Grades 9-12)
With this group work-centered lesson, use several kinds of advertising to focus on word choice, and how that affects the strength or weakness of persuasive communication. Use with Lesson: Choose Your Words Wisely.

Presenting Persuasively (Grades 9-12)
Focus on teamwork and the presentation end of persuasive communication. Use the helpful review activity and wrap-up in this lesson to underscore the importance of presentation! Use with Lesson: Presenting Persuasively.


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