Reading/ELA Detailed Vocabulary Mini-Posters 5th Grade

I have been working on these for quite a while and have FINALLY finished! I would work on them here and there, but they are a great resource, so I wanted to finished them before school begins!!


With being new to the 5th grade standards, I wanted to dig deeper into the Georgia Teacher's guide for 5th grade Reading/ELA to get acquainted with the standards and learn the new vocabulary. These are a tool for me, as well as for the students. I will have these somewhere (not sure just yet) to where the students can reference them during lessons (and so I can refer to them). I wanted to provide some type of visual or example, to help trigger my memory of the word's meaning (and it will hopefully help the students to picture what the words mean).

These are words from the 5th grade standards for Reading/ELA from the Georgia Teacher Guidance document.

You can get these here!

On another note: Please join my Teacher Tour Tuesday Linky #teachertourtuesday if you are able. Will have it going on each Tuesday... :)


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12 comments:

  1. Those posters are amazing! Wow! Thank you so much for sharing! I'll be printing those out and hanging them in my classroom next year :)

    As a fellow fifth grade teacher, I'm greatly appreciative.

    Thanks,
    Amanda
    My Shoe String Life

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  2. Wow, Kimberlee!! Your posters are awesome! Makes me even sadder to not be teaching 5th again next year! How generous of you to share these for free!

    ~Erin
    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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  3. thanks for the sweet comments ladies :) Makes my day!!!

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  4. These are great! I'm moving up to 5th this year and will definitely use these! Thanks!!

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  5. Thanks for posting! I teach 4th in Texas, but we can use most of these. :) I downloaded them all.


    ✰Becca
    Simply 2nd Resources

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  6. Thank you so much! You are so awesome to offer these for free. You have just made a team of teachers in Athens, GA so very happy :)

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  7. @Lindsey - yay:) Should be a fun adventure for us newbies in 5th!

    @Becca - so glad you can use some, as well:)

    @Catherine - yippie!! I am not too far from you all! Enjoy! :)

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  8. Love your Blog! Thank you for sharing !!!!

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  9. What a great resource! I teacher a fourth & fifth grade combo ELA class in Georgia and this will be so great for my kids. I really appreciate your generosity!

    Heather
    room 4 imagination

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  11. Heather and Mallory - you are MOST welcome! :)

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