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T-A-G is a great way to help students frame their peer critiques!

Classroom Freebies Too

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Writers' Notebooks - Modelling

101 Writing Prompts Idea in a Jar - like "What would you do if you found a pair of magical shoes?" or "Write a story about a robot that does your homework."

101+ Writing Prompts (with writing checklist)

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Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why... I can't tell you how often this is useful to use for student (even in highschool) with ADHD

Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

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All Students Can Shine: Interactive Reading Notebook

All Students Can Shine: Interactive Reading Notebook

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Printing prompts or focus traits on colored strips to glue in writer's notebooks!

Tales from a Traveling Teacher: Goodbyes and Merry Christmas

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Teacher Idea Factory: REMEMBER WHEN CRAFT + FONT FASCINATION Cute idea for end of the year

Teacher Idea Factory: REMEMBER WHEN CRAFT + FONT FASCINATION

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Reading Skill: Compare & Contrast --I bought a variety pack of mini Hershey bars for this compare and contrast lesson. Ms. Broome's class compared and contrasted the two different candy wrappers that they were given on a Venn diagram. You can use other types of candy bars too for this activity (m vs. Skittles, Milky Way vs. Almond Joy, etc.)

Super Second Grade Smarties

Super Second Grade Smarties

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"Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus" - Animated...to teach persuasive writing.

The best organization of a Writer's Notebook I've found- plus, simple activities for starting writing off 'WRITE!' this school year! :)

Comma Person. Students create a comma person and write examples of using a comma.

With this informative/explanatory writing unit students will write about their favorite toy and an imaginary personal robot. Students will give information about what they look like and explain where they got them and what they do.

Freebie! This resource includes two grade 3 common core interactive notebook reading lessons, printable student pages, graphic organizers, a reflection on learning printable, and explanations for the lessons!

DIY Posters: Looking for a quick and easy way to get your message across? Check out Recite, a fun way to “turn a quote into a masterpiece.”

Adjectives :) self-portraits