Pens, pencils and keyboards ready! We've compiled some of the best resources to make the ideas of young writers flow.
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Google Lit Trips allows students to tour the places where the characters they read about are living. This website has over 35 pre-created trips that teachers and students can download and run through Google Earth. The lit trips are easy to navigate and organized by grade level. The website also gives step by step instructions on how teachers can create their own lit trips, tips for using Google Earth and ideas for integrating Google Lit trips into your current curriculum.
Google Lit Trips - Dec 8, 2009 - Google, Google Earth - Teq Blog
Narratives - Mrs. Hinton's Class
"I don’t know what to write!" Sound familiar? Eliminate this excuse with these helpful tips.
3 Strategies to Improve Student Writing Instantly
Fifteen Ways to Engage Reluctant Writers
Need a quote for an assignment, newsletter, or inspiration? Check out this site that has quotes chosen especially for the classroom - nothing inappropriate or irrelevant. Makes it way easier to find the quote YOU need.
"Quotes" for Teachers
Reading This Is So Satisfying
I.N.K.: 10 Nonfiction Activity Ideas for Kids
Avoid using the word 'very'
Looking for a lesson on the Harlem Renaissance? Check out these Langston Hughes poetry questions!