Practical Resources for Busy Teachers

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  1. Do you have any suggestions for the books to use. Chapter books would take too long to read, so what picture books have you used or have in mind?

    Thank you!

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      Sorry about the inconvenience! I have emailed you the “Character Traits Lists.” Hope you find them useful for your students!

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      I don’t currently have many resources on teaching poetry. I would use the resources provided by my district. Sorry that’s not more help!

  2. Do you have a list of higher order questions for making inferences like you do the text features list?

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  3. Sadly my routine is for me to sharpen two pencils per student if needed. I would definitely put a pencil sharpener as a classroom job if I had this pencil sharpener for students.

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