My Faves

I've curated a few of my favorite items here.  I love Amazon and receive those boxes weekly.  Here are a few of the items that I would always have in my classroom.

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Go-To Items for Anchor Charts

The chart tablet is PERFECT for Anchor Charts and I would stay stocked up with colored tape.  It's so easy to tape a border around your anchor chart to finish it off. can't just create an anchor chart with any old marker.  I loved these!

My Favorite Wordless Picture Books

If you've read my post about inferring, you know that I like to use Wordless Picture Books to introduce and practice the process of inferring while reading.  I know that Hugo is not a wordless picture book, but I couldn't leave it's mesmerizing. :)  It's a story told through a combination of words and fascinating illustrations.  Great for older students.

Some Favorite Read Alouds

These are some of my Go To Read Alouds that students have loved!  These are not ALL of my favorites, just some favorites of my 4th and 5th graders over the years


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