Teaching 5th grade

Enhance your teaching experience for 5th grade students with these innovative ideas. Explore engaging activities, resources, and strategies to create a dynamic learning environment.
Podcasts in the classroom are so fun and engaging! Have you jumped on the podcast train yet?! I have an excellent system for using podcasts in the classroom that will create student buy-in, increase student engagement, and build your students listening skills. Easily add reflective thinking through comprehension questions, reading skills, and writing to your students' listening! Podcasts make the perfect companion to your students listening station and even work for a quick grade! Organisation, Flipped Classroom, Apps, Reading, Teacher Resources, Online Teaching, Elementary Education, Teaching High School, Teaching Strategies

Podcasts in the classroom are so fun and engaging! Have you jumped on the podcast train yet?! I have an excellent system for using podcasts in the classroom that will create student buy-in, increase student engagement, and build your students listening skills. Easily add reflective thinking through comprehension questions, reading skills, and writing to your students' listening! Podcasts make the perfect companion to your students listening station and even work for a quick grade!

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Teach Create Motivate
Organisation, Amigurumi Patterns, Third Grade Reading, Lesson Plans, Third Grade Writing, Teaching Third Grade, Third Grade Morning Work, 3rd Grade Writing, Reading Skills

FREE ELA Morning Work Grades 3-5. A LOT of skills in a LITTLE amount of time. The simplest (and most engaging) way to consistently cover critical ELA content in 10 minutes per day. Grab your FREE WEEK to perk up your morning routine now! Enter your information to get your FREE ELA Morning Work for Grades 3-5 instantly!

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Emily Harvell
5th Grade Reading, 6th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, Third Grade Classroom, Elementary Literacy, 5th Grade Classroom, Upper Elementary Reading, Elementary Literacy Activities, Upper Elementary Literacy

Whether you call them literacy centers or literacy stations, big kids at the upper elementary level love center time and get so much out of it! How do literacy centers benefit kids? They add variety to learning and to the routine. They allow teachers to easily differentiate learning. They are a great way to help cover and reinforce all of the standards. They give students a place to practice important social skills, like collaboration, problem-solving, and communication. So how do you set up…

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Ashley Stark