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Notice & Note Nonfiction Posters and Resources

Have I got a FREEBIE for you! If you have not read Beers and Probst's Reading Nonfiction: Notice & Note Stances, Signposts, and Strategies, you need to NOW! This book is a game changer for teaching and reinforcing nonfiction reading skills and comprehension.

I have created a collection of resources to use with this book, and I am providing them to all of you for FREE! Just click on the picture below to download any (or all) of these little nuggets of joy.






Notice and Note Flipbooks and Posters


Have I got a FREEBIE for you! If you have not read Beers and Probst's Notice & Note: Strategies for Close Reading, you need to NOW! This book is a game changer for teaching and reinforcing reading skills and comprehension.

I have created a collection of resources to use with this book, and I am providing them to all of you for FREE! Just click on the picture below to download any (or all) of these little nuggets of joy.


 Notice & Note: Flipbook




New Year's Station Rotation Activity


Welcome 2018!!! This past year seems to have flown by, and so to has my Christmas Break! I am super fortunate that I don't head back to school until January 9th, but since I have spent the last two weeks in pajamas, drinking coffee, and consuming carbs (heavenly time I tell you), I really need to buckle down and finalize my second semester plans for my English classes. I always like to welcome the new year with my middle school students by reviewing the previous year, and this year I have a fabulous station rotation lesson planned out.

3 Resources to Commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr.


"I have a dream." 
Could there be a more iconic phrase than this expression of hope and faith that rang out from the steps of the Washington Memorial more than 50 years ago? Analyzing this famous speech is hands down one of my favorite activities to do as a Language Arts teacher. I relish leading my students through a close read to learn from a master how to embed rhetorical devices into writing and to appreciate how one man's words can embody a movement.

Teacher Toolbox DIY


Make it Monday! Teacher's Toolboxes are one of my favorite projects. I always make a new one for incoming teachers to my grade level and department. I like this one so much though, I am not sure I can give it away!

I am a bit late to the pineapple craze that has been sweeping Instagram and Pinterest, but I have to say that this pineapple tropical themed Teacher's Toolbox is hands down one of my favorites. I am in love with the vibrant colors and watercolor look of the labels. Just looking at it makes me happy!