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kindergarten writing

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Fun game for learning to write a complete sentence.

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Creating Readers and Writers: The "cut-up sentence" gets chunky... a strategy for improving phrasing and fluency.

Free writing prompt template for Presidents' Day-- Could be used with our 1 dollar bill/"If I were Prime Minister..." as writing prompt for Independence Day or 12 October

adjectives

Tons of writing templates

Idea for teaching opinion writing..common core standard

Monthly Kindergarten Writing Templates

Students will cut and paste a total of 15 adjectives, nouns, and verbs.

Little Minds at Work: Teacher! Teacher! How do I spell...? $3

Using Describing words

This file contains 150 illustrated verbs in a word wall format. The verbs range from basic ones, such as run, walk and see, for ESL leaners, to verbs such as discuss, slither and release to encourage vocabulary development in K-2 students. It also provides alternatives to common verbs and helps your students make better word choices and make their writing and oral presentations less repetitive and more precise.

This file contains 100 illustrated adjectives in a word wall format. All words are illustrated and the adjectives range from basic ones, such as tall or big, to more advanced words such as angelic, frustrated and exhausted. This word wall is geared towards primary and ESL students to help them expand their vocabulary so that they may speak and write with more style and precision.

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Fun game for learning to write a complete sentence. Identifies subject and predicate.

Proper Nouns

Monthly Kindergarten Writing Templates

Preschool journals - great link to illustrate how she does it.

FREE Colorful label for any writing folder!

writing expectations. Quiet writing time with fun music was one of the MOST peaceful times in my classroom this year. The kids loved it. Love this chart to introduce the expectations for it.

the "Mother Load" of writing organizational printouts. Great for those kids that are weak in organizing their thoughts.

QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal.

QUESTIONING: What questions come to mind when you see this image? List your questions in your reading journal.