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Evidence Board FREEBIE: Help Your Students Easily Cite Evidence

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
In my opinion, citing evidence is one of the biggest standards in upper elementary.  I would even assume, that regardless of what state you are teaching in, citing evidence is a core part of your upper elementary curriculum.  Over the last few years, I have felt that my students are typically doing well with restating and answering a question, but they struggle to cite evidence in a way that flows and makes sense.

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
This summer, I was extremely bored with my bulletin boards, and I wanted something that would be utilized on a regular basis with my students.  I decided that I would create an Evidence Board!

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
I created speech bubbles with stems for my students to use to cite evidence.  I love being able to have a reference when students are stuck on how to transition from their own words to citing evidence.

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
I even created a printable page to use to see how many of these phrases students can remember on their own.  

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
You can grab these printables to create an evidence board in your own classroom by clicking the image above!

Citing evidence is a core part of upper elementary curriculum and typically is something students struggle with. With this blog post and freebie, you can create something your students will use on a regular basis. Creating a board and printable will help your kids remember sentence stems, they can use to cite evidence that will flow properly. You can also grab a printable resource to further help demonstrate and practice citing evidence from text skills. {upper elementary, freebie, printable}
I also have a resource to help your students practice this called Choosing and Citing Evidence from the Text. In total, there are ten passages, five that are non-fiction and five that are fictional. They are perfect for helping your students sort evidence and begin writing responses that are based on evidence.

1 comment:

  1. This was awesome! Thank you so much. It was just what I
    needed.

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