Some form of writing activity should be included in every reading intervention session for students whose deficit area is word identification. Writing helps strengthen letter sound relationships and is one of the most effective strategies to use in develop the syntactic cueing system.Read more
The Curriki library hosts thousands of educator-vetted, openly licensed, online educational materials that teachers, educators, or other professionals have created and have made freely available to others for use, reuse, adaptation, and sharing.
Students and teachers use Curriki Groups to...Read more
Try this storyboard creator in your classroom!
From first grade to graduation, Storyboard That engages students with digital storytelling in the classroom. The site offers ideas, tools, lesson plans, and more!Read more
Polleverywhere is a free interactive way to get immediate feedback from your students. Select the "Linked URL" located on the right side of your screen to get started.Read more
These guides are designed to explain what the new, high standards for ELA say about what students should learn in each grade, what they mean for curriculum and instruction, and how we can implement teaching practices that support them. This guide, which focuses on fluency in Grades 6-12,...Read more
Padlet is an online tool that allows students (and teachers) to collaborate on projects. Check out the school-friendly version of Padlet, called Padlet Backpack. Select the "Linked URL" to the right to explore this resource.Read more
Use this template to plan daily lessons aligned to ELA/literacy standards.Read more
Learn how Word Sorts can support the learning of foundational skills.Read more
This grades 3-5 resource will help students “flesh out” their character descriptions when writing narrative and literary pieces. If the resource is duplexed, students can fold and cut along the lines to create a Skeleton Description Open-flap page.Read more
This middle school peer revision checklist for writing standard one will help guide students as they provide objective feedback to their peers.Read more