200 Ways to Say Went

200 Ways to Say “Went”

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No one likes boring words.

A writers best friend.

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MAIN IDEA~ Each bag has a unified group of items. Students unpack bag and write down the main idea and "supporting details." Great hands-on activity!

The Teacher in Me: Main Idea and Supporting Details Fun Activity

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First, next, then, last...(Who, what, where, when, why, how) Hilarious! Stop it at various points and predict.

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Persuasive Writing - love this written, as it applies to modern and traditional!

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The Kindergarten Pod: 3-Star sentences for adding more details

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Ideas for teaching when to start a new paragraph - this pin goes to a product but I pinned it as an example of ideas to add to an anchor chart on this topic

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Point of View anchor chart

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Kids can write something about themselves and upload a picture. The site does the work to combine the two. Excellent language arts/visual arts integration!

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Excellent video on MOOD and TONE--students must be able to infer meaning simply from "reading" the visuals.

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Fabulous visual for helping students understand the difference between fiction vs. non-fiction as well as narrative vs. expository. (When all the words are in play, confusion often arises!) #wwp_pd

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I love this Building Super Writers checklist! Students can make sure they are writing at their very best and that they followed each step. It's important that students include these elements in their writing at all times. (Image only)

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suzanne collins made my childhood... my mind is blown

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FREE - Have your students create their own "Fakebook" profiles for book characters, historical figures, scientists and more! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Fakebook-Create-Your-Own-Facebook-Profile-530413

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Cause and effect. What a great story starter too! What happens next? Would be a great story on how the chalk colors spread from dog to person, person to person etc.

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I love this! A student reader about Thanksgiving that has interactive notebook pages to go along with it!

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Finish the Drawing: Who Would Wear These Shoes? Worksheet. Use it as a writing prompt. day 1: draw day 2: write a description. who what when where and why and 3 describing words day 3: write a story about the drawing, making sure to include the description from day 2

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This would make a neat writing prompt! Have your students brainstorm why they think the tree grew like this.

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Great graphic for writing fiction...terrific for older students!

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First day of school! Students receive play dough and a writing paper. They make something from the play dough and write about it while the teacher is managing the details of the first day. Great idea!

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The most difficult part about writing... Hooks -- but its also the most important thing for kids to master in order to be good writers.

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The difference between revise and edit

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FREEBIE! Oreo opinion organizer {for writing 5 paragraph essays}

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great classroom set up

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Put an end to the, "teacher! teacher! how do I spell...? questions

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