5th Grade Reading

Explore a variety of interactive and educational reading activities for 5th graders. Enhance their reading skills and foster a love for literature with these engaging ideas.
English, Humour, 6th Grade Reading, 5th Grade Reading, Upper Elementary Reading, 5th Grade Writing, Elementary Reading, Upper Elementary Literacy, Elementary Literacy

Teachers often have questions about what a literacy block should actually look like. How do you structure your time? When do you pull reading groups? How and when do you teach grammar? The list of questions is lengthy, and with good reason. No one really ever told us what to do! Probably because there is […]

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Anna Mize
5th Grade Reading, 5th Grade Books, Read Aloud Books, Chapter Books, Novel Activities, Books For Boys, Book Club Books, Novel Study Books, 5th Grade Teachers

Whether you're a homeschool mom looking for a great book for your 5th grader or a classroom teacher trying to build a great library, finding texts that are engaging and a great fit for your readers can be tough. I've compiled this list of the best books for 5th graders to help save you time and give you a

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Amy Koepplin-Hedstrom
5th Grade Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Questions For Any Book, Fifth Grade Reading Comprehension, Third Grade Reading Comprehension, 4th Grade Reading Comprehension Passages, Reading Comprehension Questions, Second Grade Reading Comprehension, Fourth Grade Reading Comprehension, Reading Comprehension Strategies

Okay teacher friend. It’s finally here. And I’m so excited! I’ve had this resource collecting dust on my computer for years now. I’ve been using this strategy in my classroom for the last few years, but haven’t had the energy or time (teacher life + mom life is exhausting, am I right?) to put it all together so that it’s ready to go for busy teachers like you! Well, it’s finally finished and I finally get to unveil it to you! Did you know I have a FREE downloadable reading response menu…

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Krista Rae
6th Grade Reading, Elementary Reading, Third Grade Classroom, Elementary Literacy, 5th Grade Writing, 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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Taylor Holmes

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