Oh the Words I Can Write
How to Blow a Bubble... First, students chewed a piece of gum. Then they wrote a paragraph about how to blow a bubble using transition words such as first, next, and last. Finally, they created a picture of themselves and attached a balloon to their picture so it looks like they are blowing a bubble!!
"Oreo" Anchor Chart for Persuasive Writing
Includes: -An original poem, as well as questions aligned to CCSS. This is a sample for my "Poetry Analysis Booklet". -A blanket template to use...
Musical chairs writing. When the music stops you pick up writing where the last person left off. Time intervals based on the grade level.
This poster is a reference tool for beginning, middle, and end transition words. It's modeled after a stop light and color coded to help students reference proper use of time transition words.
Love this idea for a journal page... like a time capsule
Argument Writing & Rubrics Common Core/PARCC aligned for Grades 9-10
A strong argument requires a strong claim... How to build a strong argument pack for grades 6-12
The best organization of a Writer's Notebook I've found
iWrite - Awesome way to track where students are in the writing process!
Writing Conclusions / Concluding Paragraphs - A mini-lesson and handout on how to write an effective conclusion or concluding paragraph. $
Morning meeting sharing? 30 questions to ask your kids, one for every day of the month. This blog writes a new set of questions every month, some are silly some are serious:)