Upper Elementary Resources
·Here is a place that you can find a plethora of engaging activities to use in your upper elementary classroom with your students! You'll find a wide variety of…
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A New Approach to Reading Logs for Your Upper Elementary and Middle School Students
We have a new approach as to how we use reading logs for your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) and middle school classroom. We will share tips, ideas, and resources for you to use in your classroom to bring back that love of reading.
Upper Elementary and Middle School Back to School Student Culture Survey
Here is a great back to school survey to use with your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) and middle school students. This survey features on culture and not on academics. You will learn about your students' favorite TV shows, movies, music, video games and so much more. Get to know your students on a more personal level so you can connect with them throughout the school year!
Help Increase Reading Scores of Your Upper Elementary and Middle School Students
If you are looking for ways to improve reading scores of your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) and middle school students we have some tips, ideas, and resources to help you. We will guide you through Book Talk, a new approach to reading logs and so much more. Let's help our students do the best they can on reading assessments this year!
How to Host a Reading Tournament of Books in Your Upper Elementary or Middle School Classroom
If you want to see student engagement soar in your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) or middle school reading classroom, then you need to host a Tournament of Books. Your class will have a contest to find out what is the most popular book. We will provide you with tips, ideas and resources to help get you started.
Why Book Talk is Important for Upper Elementary and Middle School Reading Success
If you are not implementing Book Talk in your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) or middle school classroom yet, you should! We have some reading tips, ideas and resources that will help raise your students' reading scores.
Increase Reading Scores with Your Upper Elementary and Middle School Students
We have some great tips, ideas and resources to help your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) and middle school students score higher on reading assessments in your classroom. We also have two free resources that you will be able to use right away. Join us as we share some helpful reading advice.
How to Give Encouragement for the New Teacher - Wise Guys
Being a new teacher is extremely daunting, you've gone from having the support of your fellow classmates and instructors to being all by yourself with a classroom of young minds to mold. We've been there, we know the feelings! We've gathered up several veteran teachers to share their collective wisdom for new teachers starting their first year of teaching.
Guided Reading Activities
This guided reading bundle has over 200 pages of activities, ideas, tips, lesson plans, and more to use in your grade three, grade four and grade five classroom. The guided reading activities are engaging and motivating for 3rd grade, 4th grade and 5th grade students. Shop Now!
COVID End of Year Bingo Digital Activity
Here is a fun end of year activity to do with your upper elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) students. You will be playing bingo based on words associated with schools during the COVID 19 pandemic. Words such as: masks, wash hands, sanitizer and on-line are featured.
Upper Elementary (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) Teaching Newsletter
If you are an upper elementary school teacher (3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade) you will want to subscribe to our teaching newsletter. It is filled with free resources, tips, ideas and activities to use in your third grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade classroom. We teach reading, writing, math, science and social studies. We also teach about social emotional learning as well.