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Higher-Level Thinking


    7 Ways to Teach Cause and Effect

    Are you looking for ways to teach cause and effect? I love to think outside the box and find ways to teach reading skills in a variety of ways to meet the needs of all learners. I hope you find some ways that are helpful to your students!   Offer an anchor chart. Both fiction and nonfiction material contain cause and effect relationships.   In Fiction: They are often found in characters.   For example: Maddie didn’t want to go to…

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  • Reading

    Secret Garden Unit Revised!

    I am so stinking excited to teach Secret Garden this year.  I took my old version of the unit activities and completely did a facelift!  You won’t even recognize it!  This…

  • Critical Thinking

    Guest Post with Rachel Lynette

    I am so excited to see my post on Rachel Lynette’s site! Go to Rachel’s website:  Minds In Bloom to learn more about high-level thinking activities and freebies!!!!!!…