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Second Grade Writing Ideas

Writing Organization Woes Solved in Mrs. Beattie's Classroom ~Many designs to suit your classroom theme, or request a custom product!~

♥Teaching Fabulous Firsties and 2nd Grade Smarties!♥

Previous pinner said: Tori's Teacher Tips: Snow Globes--- SUPER CUTE!! Really cute for elementary, but I teach High School History, so I'm thinking "Trapped in History". They could put themselves in a scene from history and write about it.

Catching Snowflakes - Grade 2

This personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects! 1st and 2nd graders will enjoy writing about going to a special place and a special day they have had.

Launching Writer's Workshop and Personal Narrative Unit. This 22 page unit includes minilessons, materials, posters, parent letter, anchor charts, graphic organizers, teacher-modeled writing example, final copy paper, and a going through the writing process sheet for the personal narrative. $

Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activity - could use within sequencing mini lesson.

The second graders are learning to write bold beginnings.

I Love 2 Teach: Literacy Centers {free printable}

2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: Narrative Writing Made Easy!

This fun and engaging personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects and meets Common Core State Standards.

Story in a Jar is great for creative writing activities, writing workstation, or early finishers activity.

Art and writing activity to accompany the picture book "Hey, Little Ant" {Blog: The First Grade Parade}

Letter writing anchor chart - handy for end of the year thank you notes!

"Name" The Super Hero! Write about the powers and deeds you would do if you were a Super Hero... Use photo?

  • Erica Sanchez

    Where did you find the template?? Is it on your store? I couldn't find it.

End of the School Year Tips (to be SUPER prepared for next year!)

So cute for the end of the year! "I am proud of myself because in first grade I..."