Natalie Simmons

Natalie Simmons

Natalie Simmons
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What writers Do anchor chart-- Inspired by Lucy Calkins Writer's workshop by Mrs. Jones's Kindergarten

What Writers Do! This is a basic anchor chart for Kindergarten and First grade teachers. Teachers can use this chart to teach students about what writer do before writing a story. It has pictures and basic words for students to read.

What a fun way to teach kids about punctuation marks! Have them add the right ones with stickers.

This punctuation activity is a fun way to practice adding the correct punctuation to the end of a sentence. Kids will love this easy grammar game.

Go paperless with your morning work by getting your students collaborating and practicing social skills!

Go paperless with your morning work by getting your students collaborating and practicing social skills! **This and "target the question" along with Versatiles for morning work!

After reflecting, I knew that I needed to change my morning work routine.  My students did the same paper pencil based assignment each week. It was  boring. Many of them seemed to be going through the motions just to be  done. After finishing they could work on an early finisher activity. Some

Go paperless with your morning work by getting your students collaborating and practicing social skills! **This and "target the question" along with Versatiles for morning work!

flashlight friday

Is silent reading time a struggle in your classroom? Here are some unique and fun strategies to use in your classroom to improve your students' independent and silent reading time.