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Commonly Confused Words: Freebie

Hey! It's that time of year. We've completed more days than we have left to go. It's also the time of year where my students may try to be lax with their writing and spelling. Ewww. Gross.

I get it. I totally do. That's why I've made a free set of commonly confused words posters. Print these out, hang them up, and have your students reference them...often. :)

Here are some quick examples from the set. 

 Swing by and grab them for free, and if you do, be sure to leave some feedback while you're there!

Teaching Text Structure: Part 2

You're back for more? I'm so glad you decided to check out the awesome work my students did! Here we go!

Teaching Text Structure: Part 1

If you follow me at all, on instagram or otherwise, you know that I'm what I'd like to call a sometimes blogger. I know that it drives people crazy. I can't help it. It gets so crazy busy during the school year that I just don't find time for it. But here it is, mid November, and I've got something awesome to share with you.

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