Middle school literacy night
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Middle school literacy night. Get inspired and try out new things.
Interested in hosting a literacy night. Here are some tips on how to successfully teach your parents about literacy as well as have a fun night to promote reading.
A literacy-rich environment not only supports the academic growth but also encourages conversation, empathy, and critical thinkink.
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Do you want to involve more families in your family literacy events at school? Would you like to have rocking events that families will love? Here are some family literacy night ideas and tips that will set you on the road to success.
Printables and step-by-step instructions to help you easily organize and host a Luau Theme Family Literacy Night for your grade level or school.
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What better way to expand young readers’ hunger for literature than hosting a book tasting? Students will be eager to eat! (I mean read.)
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Improve your students' comprehension skills by adding independent reading to your middle school class. Perfect for reading workshop.
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Tons of activities for literacy night with a GLOW theme! These glow-in-the-dark literacy night activities will be a huge hit with students and families!
As a middle grade/middle school teacher, I always have a handful of parents that want ideas for how to help their reader. This FREE resource was designed to give parents tangible and helpful ideas to get their learners reading. At the middle grade levels, it is so important for parents to see that we really need to keep working on their love of reading, their vocabulary, and using their time with ingenuity in mind. This can be tricky at this age, because many are used to more worksheet and…
How would you like some ideas to use Wordle in your ELA classroom? In this blog post, you will find Wordle ideas for your classroom that will engage your middle school and upper elementary students in vocabulary activities and word acquisition. Get all these great ideas for your middle school ELA classroom.
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Literacy Centers in Middle School ELA - Teacher-Written Lesson Plans to Reinforce Common Core State Standards | ELA Core Plans
If you had asked me ten years ago if I would ever use literacy centers in middle school ELA, I would have replied, “I teach middle school, not kindergarten.” Today, however, literacy centers in middle school ELA are all the craze, so I wanted to figure out if there was a way I could use […]
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