Sometimes you need a quick printable. Yes, I said it. Sometimes even the best teachers use worksheets. Using a worksheet is OK. Students still need to write! #promise When I need a worksheet, I love browsing Scholastic Printables. They are easy to use, great for review, or  providing students with a summative/formation assessment. Scholastic Printables are not fluffy and really review and provide rich content.  


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Excited to share I am hosting a giveaway with Scholastic Printables to give one of my lucky readers a YEAR FREE SUBSCRIPTION. Details below how to enter!

https://printables.scholastic.com/content/stores/printables/priv/53/9780439513753-026.pdf
 Using Grammar Cop is a great morning bell activity. Photocopy a class set, put on student's desks and then they have a quick grammar review before the day begins.
https://printables.scholastic.com/content/stores/printables/priv/87/9780590644587-001.pdf
This is one of my favorite printables! It is a reader's theater activity. Such a perfect activity for students to practice their verbal reading skills. Both are free for you to download. Just click on pictures!



Here is how you enter: Leave me a comment telling me what is your favorite picture book to use in your classroom and how do you it? Then please leave me your email. I will pick winner by Friday afternoon! Good Luck!!! One entry per person. ONE winner will be selected.


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I have partnered with Scholastic to host this giveaway. Prizing and sample subscription were provided by Scholastic.

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