Kindergarten Writing Ideas
With this opinion writing lesson, students will enjoy writing about the color they like best and reasons why. Color vocabulary cards and a fun brainstorming activity are included.
Expanding sentences. Would love to do a foldable like this with grade-level revisions. 1. Add an adj/adv participial phrase. 2. Add a prepositional phrase. 3. Reorder/rearrange the sentence. 4. Improve the verb. 5. Include an appositive. 6. Write it as a compelling fragment. 7. Rewrite it as dialogue. 8. Change the point of view.
Write On, Fourth Grade!: Teaching Voice & Freebie Printable!
Stretch a Sentence
Visual Chart Makes Everything Easier~ Cute easy-to-understand coloring rubric for kids. But what about a chart like this to show how to fill in the ovals on high-stakes test answer keys? Or, how to head and format work done on notebook paper?!
Mrs. Wills Kindergarten: Teacher Talk Tuesday
Punctuation Song Posters
Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten: We are writers & readers
Beginning a Kindergarten Writers Workshop What to say on the very first day and where to go from there. This unit was created by Jodie Black, who uses it during September with her kindergartners. The series “Units of Study for Primary Writing: A Yearlong Curriculum” by Lucy C