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three-month calendars

2015 Three Month Calendars

These 2015 three-month calendars are in Word format. Each file represents three months and has space for notes. Jan/Feb/Mar 2015 Apr/May/June 2015 July/Aug/Sept 2015 Oct/Nov/Dec 2015 (.doc files) You may also like… 2014 Three-Month Calendars 2011-12 Academic 3 Month Calendars...

13 One-Liners by Steven Wright

Comedian Steven Wright has a unique comedy style. He asks questions and makes observations most people never think of. Here is a sample: I don’t walk my dog anymore. I walked him all at once. I was walking through the...

Four Column Chart

Four Column Chart

This form with four columns and seven rows can be used for a variety of note taking and sequencing tasks. You may also like… Three Column Chart Two Column Chart Tips on Using Graphic Organizers Part 2 Blank 2 Column...

Three Column Chart

Three Column Chart

This form can be used for a KWL chart, sequencing events, cause/effect… You may also like… Four Column Chart Two Column Chart Blank 2 Column Notes Form Blank 4 Column Notes Form

Two column chart with lines

Two Column Chart

This form can be used for Cornell notes, cause and effect, a flowchart and more. You may also like… Blank 2 Column Notes Form Three Column Chart Four Column Chart Blank 3 Column Notes Form



Interrobang Classroom Poster

The Interrobang‽

The interrobang is a non-standard punctuation mark that combines the ! and ?. It is used when the writer wants to convey both a question and exclamatory remark in one. For example: “He ran for how long‽” “They ate how...

Character Details Graphic Organizer

Character Details Organizer

Keep track of the characters in the story using this character organizer. In each row you’ll write the character’s name, a physical description, personality type/qualities, role in the story, and an important quotation. There is space on the first page...

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Blank 4 Column Notes Form

There are many uses for this four-column form – Analyze a story in four parts (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action), four parts to a process, four character descriptions, or take notes from general to specific. You may also like…...