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First Grade Lyons' Den: If I Built a Car

First Grade Lyons' Den: If I Built a Car

Anchor chart for Ba-Da-Bings!: a useful strategy that encourages students to add more descriptive details to their writing.

The Curly Classroom: My Anchor Holds

Research in K! {freebie too}

Research in K! {freebie too}

St Clarens renovation / Wanda Ely Architect Inc.

This is a great chart to display for the writing process! Students can refer back to this to see the step by step method! This is great for visual learners! This connects to the 4th grade NYS Math Standard 4.W.5. With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.

What's Skow-ing on in 4th Grade??: Anchor Charts for Writing

The Adjective Song, sung to the tune of The Itsy Bitsy Spider

I put together a cute little *Stretch a Sentence* mini poster to review how adding who, is doing what, when, where, and why to a sentence can add SPARKLE to our narrative stories. Hopefully this activity will work, and the challenge to my first graders to stretch their sentences will be gladly accepted. . . the gauntlet has been thrown! :)

Fingerprint Poetry Templates for your classroom. Great Open House/Back to School activity!

Primary Lined Writing Paper with Primary Writing Checklist by Teach to Inspire contains 20 types of primary writing paper. *picture box with one primary writing line* picture box with two primary writing lines * picture box with four primary writing lines* picture box with six primary writing lines* picture box with seven primary writing lines* picture box with eight primary writing lines*primary lined writing paper with 12 primary lines, without a picture box*two types of frames for picture bo.

Primary Lined Writing Paper with Primary Writing Checklist


Mrs. Wheeler's First Grade Tidbits: Poetry

Post includes a routine for weekly poems and a FREEBIE!

Owl-ways Be Inspired: MLK, Jr. Poetry FREEBIE!

This would be a great way to integrate poetry into your lesson about rain. The students would have to create a poem that makes sense using rhyming words to complete the poem and then draw a picture illustrating the poem above. This is a great activity to let the students show their creativity because the possibilities are endless. The students also have to really think to come up with two rhyming words that will make sense in this poem.

First Grade a la Carte: weather

Just 4 Teachers: Sharing Across Borders: 1st Grade Poems/Treasures Weekly Poetry Schedule for 2010-11

Forever in First: Poetry Cafe - this is a brilliant idea for any grade! A must do for next year!

Forever in First: Poetry Cafe

Poem Notebooks to Practice Fluency in First Grade with a freebie!!

Poetry Printables: Planning, pattern, and portfolio pages for 10 types of poetry!

Poetry Printables

Manage your Writer's Workshop block by making the steps and supplies visually sequenced for your students.

Education to the Core: Writing Process Posters FREEBIE!

Our Sweet Success: My Data Notebook

Our Sweet Success: My Data Notebook

Writing Workshop Conference Sheets

Writing Workshop Conference Sheets

The First Grade Parade - LOVE this adorable anchor chart for writing!

Nonfiction all about books, opinion writing, list writing, diary templates, & more! Work on Writing: Part Two

Little Minds at Work: Work on Writing: Part Two

Procedural text - Children's Book - How to Sneak your Monster into School - Book Trailer and persuasive

Informational writing graphic organizer: this format might be useful in the science journal of a younger student

Life in First: Bears, Bears, Bears