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Writing anchor chart. Perfect for my 4th graders!

Revising (ARMS) & Editing (COPS)

Writers Workshop: Revising (ARMS) & Editing (COPS)

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Paragraph Writing Hamburger Style

Paragraph Writing Hamburger Style

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100 ways to say bad

100 Ways to Say “Bad”

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Good anchor chart.

Did you know Vistaprint has Rack Cards? Check mine out!

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Transition Words

Free Ways to Say 'Went' Display Poster.

Ways to Say 'Went' Display Poster

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Show Dont Tell in your writing

Show, Don't Tell PowerPoint

Show, Don't Tell

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Transitional Words - Reference sheet for Writer's Notebook

100 Ways to Say Said (from The Write At Home Blog)

Dialogue Tags: 100 Ways to Say “Said”

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Set up a research folder to sort and hold notecards. Easy way to get kids to write a research paper.

Ready to Research?

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Students write a letter to a parent about what they did during the week. The parent writes back a short note in response. "If the students bring their Friday Journal back on Monday with a parent response, they receive a sticker on the cover of their journal. By the end of the year, the cover looks really cool and the parents have a special keepsake."

100 ways to say Great

100 Ways to Say “Great!”

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hook readers

End of the year reflection activity - free printables

What the Teacher Wants!: 10 Things

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Paragraph writing anchor chart. I've done this before and called it a "Whopper of a good paragraph"

Writing Strong Leads

I Teach. What's your super power?: Writing Strong Leads

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Elaboration, sensory details, writing, fourth grade

Summarizing, Paraphrasing, and Quoting Texts

Lined Paper

A writers best friend.

Musical chairs writing. When the music stops you pick up writing where the last person left off.

EXPOSITORY WRITING~ Students underline or highlight using the three stop light colors. Green introduces, and circles around to end, the paragraph. Yellow is a key supporting detail. Red tells more about each supporting detail. Great visual!

Fabulous in Fourth!