Most Popular Digital ELA Assignments of 2018-19

The Edcite assignment library has thousands of free digital assignments created by teachers. To wrap up the 2018-19 school year, we wanted to share teachers’ favorite ELA assignments (you can find our math list here). Read on to see the most popular language arts assignments this year.

Grade 3 Fable: The Lion and The Mouse: https://edcite.com/1m6kgf

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Figurative Language Practice – RL.6.4, L.6.5: https://edcite.com/1kq72x

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Sam – Characters, Literal Comprehension, and Text Evidence: https://edcite.com/19yxts

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Nonfiction Text Organization (Cause and Effect, Main Idea and Details, Topic Sentence and Examples: https://edcite.com/12ov72

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Yosemite National Park – Nonfiction Comprehension with Multimedia: https://edcite.com/1o2ek7

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Sequencing Lesson – Multiple Passages – Segregation and Civil Rights – I Do, We Do, You Do & Exit Slip: https://edcite.com/19yja4

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Informational Text – Teeth: https://edcite.com/1tjrmi

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Corn: From “The Girl Who Helped Thunder and Other Native American Folktales”: https://edcite.com/1e1puf

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The Great Fire – Grade 6: https://edcite.com/129dsy

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Identifying Adjectives: https://edcite.com/1skssc

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