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Texts for each of the six writing traits!! Another thing I wished I had at the beginning of the school year!! Awesome!

Inside The Classroom: Mentor Texts For Writer's Workshop

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TheWriteStuffTeaching: Writing Sundays: Setting Up Routines and Expectations -----> Tips for setting up writer's workshop.

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Launching Writers’ Workshop - a complete unit of study for setting up your writing workshop. Includes mini-lessons, organizers & anchor charts all FREE from The Curriculum Corner

Launching Writers’ Workshop

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This is a close-up. This is the finished product of an assignment I did with first graders. They researched a winter animal using pebble go. They filled out a graphic organizer and then typed those words onto a word document. They then copied those words into Tagxedo.com. Tagxedo.com makes a word cloud into almost any shape.

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Decorate Student Writing Journals Handout

Editable Decorate Student Writing Journals Handout (FREE)

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Integrating Writer's Workshop Into Your Reading Block

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poetry tools anchor chart

The Classroom Key: A Week-Long Poetry Unit

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Poetry response anchor chart -- SO much potential here!! Could laminate it (on large, lined paper?) to pull out during whole class/small group time. Could make a 8x11 version for kids to follow along with during whole class/small group time or for individual time! Awesome!

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Teaching Cursive Handwriting Tips Cursive Workbooks

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Fun inference lesson/ writing prompt

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love this busy board

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Launching Writer's Workshop/ readers workshop -- this would be a great chart to help the kids understand what the expectations

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Launching Writer’s Workshop | life in 211

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“How are you writing today?” (Use to show adverbs in action. Then have students come up with sixteen adverbs to modify another verb.)

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A writing center is hands down one of the best centers in a classroom. It also has the most academic potential of any literacy center. In a writing center, kids should be busy with "the work" - real writing for a real purpose and a real audience. This one is neatly organized and has lamps.

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writing mini lesson: descriptive writing. Great for Show Not Tell practice. Will definitely do this in writing great for hallway display!

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Revising and Editing Anchor Chart

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Illustrating Literal Meaning vs. Author's Meaning for figurative language

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Presentation of writing book on one side, how to edit your work on the other! These are great stands from Ikea, very cheap too! 6" by 4"

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writing process rings

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writing process

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Just Simply Write - Writing Process Rubric

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CCS - Process Writing

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writing workshop

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punctuation

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