BLACK FRIDAY WINTER ELA BUNDLE
Let us take care of the planning for you! This bundle has everything you need to keep your class totally engaged between now and the Christmas holiday.
This is an exclusive Black Friday bundle, so it will only be available during the week of Black Friday (November 21-25).
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INCLUDED IN THE BUNDLE:
- Collaborative Snowball Writing: This fun collaborative writing activity where students get to crumple up their work into snowballs and throw them around the room is sure to get even your most reluctant writers putting pencil to paper. Included in the resource are a teacher guide and 30 different worksheets with visual story starters (all stories will be different).
- Iceman Nonfiction Article & Activities: Use this nonfiction article, lesson, and activities bundle to learn all about Wim Hof, also known as The Iceman. The resource will meet many of your informational text standards and includes everything you need to teach, assess, and practice close and critical nonfiction reading.
- Who Stole the Snowman? Reading Mystery: Someone has destroyed the snowman in the local snowman making competition, and it's up to your students to figure out who did it! This winter-themed close reading inference mystery is a fun way to engage your students and challenge them to look for text evidence, infer information, and read more closely.
- Who Put up the Holiday Lights? Reading Mystery: The most beautiful light display has been put up around town, but no one knows who did it! This holiday lights close reading inference mystery is a fun way to engage your students and challenge them to look for text evidence, infer information, and read more closely.
- Yes, Virginia There is a Santa Claus Nonfiction Resources: Use this resource to get your middle and high school students in the holiday spirit. This resource includes a variety of activities to accompany a holiday non-fiction editorial response in a newspaper from the 1800s where a columnist answers the difficult question: Is Santa real?
- Holiday-Inspired Figurative Language Stories: Bring Christmas into your middle and high school classes while also covering common figurative language/ literary devices used in poetry or fiction. Your purchase includes 5 original Christmas-inspired stories that has students color code examples they find of metaphor, simile, personification, alliteration, oxymoron, and onomatopoeia.
- The Gift of the Magi Short Story Resources: Introduce students to The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry with these ready-to-use short story resources. Included is everything you need to teach this festive story in your ELA classroom.