All Aboard With Reading and Writing For Middle Grades
A compilation of reading and writing activities that middle school teachers can effectively use in the classroom. The four units cover information about railroads. The reading passages are: No Whistles Can Be Heard (Harriet Tubman), Rail Safety, Knights of the Road, and Murder on the Orient Express. Each unit has many activities. These activities include word games, writing prompts, and lessons on a wide variety of skills needed for test prep. Just a few of them are: vocabulary, antonyms, reading comprehension, figurative language, spelling, writing activities, game cards, and much more.
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