4th Grade Writing

4th Grade Writing

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Differentiation made easy! Reduce your planning time and stay organized (while impressing your principal!). This product contains a total of 42 ea...

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Writer's Notebook --simple activities for starting writing off 'WRITE!' this school year! :)

~*~ Apples of Your Eye! ~*~: Writer's Notebook Organization!

  • Jorge Nunez
    Jorge Nunez

    Great idea. I'm looking to do something like this for next year. Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

Life... as I know it: Whole-Class Journaling

Life... as I know it: Whole-Class Journaling

  • Carolyn Arias
    Carolyn Arias

    This is a great idea!

Mrs. Truett's 3rd Grade: Adjectives!

Mrs. Truett's 3rd Grade: Adjectives!


Sentence Buddy

Falling Into First: The Sentence Buddy Freebie


Classroom Magic: Picture Writing Prompts

Classroom Magic: Picture Writing Prompts


possessive nouns

Adventures in Second Grade


Mrs. Orman's Classroom: Use Popular Music to Teach Poetic Devices & Figurative Language

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If I lived in a snow globe...winter writing idea!

Babbling Abby: January 2011


fairytale writing prompt

Life in First Grade

  • Elaine Erickson
    Elaine Erickson

    This is the best! I love it so much-I can't wait to do it right this second!!! Thank You!!!

Listen up writing teachers! This site is a GOLD MINE! Workshop friendly

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sample heart map in writers notebooks

Cafe 1123: Writing in Cafe 1123


Our Bubble Bursting Gum Projects These projects turned out to be a fun & creative way to share several of the major standards that we focused on this year. The project incorporated the following: Timeline (The History of Gum) /Facts/Opinions/“How to” Writing (Written by students for parents to follow)/Compare/Contrast (Types of gum)

Working 4 the Classroom: May 2012


One of the best sites I have seen for helping set up Writer's Workshop. She has amazing ideas for genre units (and celebrations)!

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How to Blow a Bubble... First, students chewed a piece of gum. Then they wrote a paragraph about how to blow a bubble using transition words such as first, next, and last. Finally, they created a picture of themselves and attached a balloon to their picture so it looks like they are blowing a bubble!!

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simile lesson

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"How to Blow a Bubble" expository essay idea

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super power writing

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"This website has really interesting writing prompts. Some of them are really fun!"

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It's not too late to start this super fun writing unit for Halloween! Have your students make a pet monster with this creative writing unit that covers 4 of the CCSS writing standards! It includes Prewriting graphic organizing worksheets to help develop story ideas, build character descriptions, create a problem and solution, and organize events in the story. It also includes lined writing paper with monster-themed borders, teacher observation form, and revising and editing checklists.

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This fabulous 4th grade opinion writing lesson is based on the Common Core Standards. $3.00 This lesson plan includes teacher instructions, student instructions, a...

Fourth Grade Common Core Writing: Opinion Piece


Just the thought of doing a research project is enough to send some students into a permanent state of shock, (and fill teachers with dread!). End the fear with this fun and easy method of organizing and writing research projects.

Take the Fear Out of Research Projects!


Being a Good Writer: Writing tips and strategies from Lucy Calkins. I can't wait to share this with my class!

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($3.50)This Common Core aligned powerpoint presentation is a fun and interactive way to get your students excited about writing their own personal narrati...

Personal Narrative: I Can Write About Me


Biography Poster.

Cottage on Blackbird Lane: Another 3rd Grade Biography Project