Overview:Get your students motivated to edit their writing with these fun flipbooks! Included are two different versions of the same products. The first version includes a black chalkboard background and the other has a printer-friendly version with a white background.
I’m a big fan of one-on-one conferencing with students as a way to connect with them and check for understanding. I use this “deli-style” format with students as a fun way to let them know it is their turn to conference with me. Each student is given a ticket (from 1 to how ever many students you have in class) at the beginning of class and meets me at the designated conference area in the room when they hear the “DING!” and their number appears on the projector screen. Kids love it!
This freebie provides you with some fun, engaging activities for you and your students to tackle topic sentences!This product is very similar to my much larger product, Tackling Topic Sentences. What's Included:- 2 "What's The Topic?" cards- "Constructing Sentences" Sort- 2 "Build The Topic" passages- 2 "Picture The Topic" pagesI hope you enjoy this free download!
This is a form for peer editing, to be used in the editing process of writer's workshop. Students can evaluate their peer's work and receive positive feedback for improvement. Great for student conferencing!!I'd love your feedback! Be sure to follow me for new product updates, sales, and freebies.You can find me on Instagram @ MrsHenryInFirst
OMG! Super simple trick for helping kiddos with writing conventions. After finishing their writing, students use a light colored marker to highlight their capital letters and ending punctuation. GENIUS!
After your students have developed and perfected their handwriting skills, assess their handwriting ability and reward them with a cute certificateThis freebie can accompany my handwriting practice booklet. Click here to see it!Enjoy!LoriIf you like what you see, please follow me:Teaching With Love and LaughterFacebookPinterest
Use these printables to make it easier for students to keep their writing organized as they move through the writing process!When my students used composition books for their writing, I found that they were disorganized and it was difficult to go back to a piece and revise or add parts.
During writing workshop, if you notice a child doing a great job with conventions, slide one of these cards onto their desk to recognize them. Other kids may take notice and clean up their writing, too! Download the FREE conventions cards here: http://learningattheprimarypond.com/this-week-in-intervention/this-week-in-intervention-2/