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  • Heather Briggs Demars

    Daily 6-Trait Writing, Grade 1 (Daily Practice Books): Evan-Moor Educational Publishers: 0023472060211: Amazon.com: Books

  • Monique Harris

    Daily 6 Trait Writing: Develop your students' writing skills in each of the six traits—Ideas, Organization, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency, Voice, and Conventions—using creative and dynamic writing lessons! Support any writing program with 125 engaging, 10- to 15-minute lessons.

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6-Traits Writing Task Cards. There are 10 task cards for each trait for a total of 60 different task cards. Each task card comes in color and black & white so there are 120 cards in all! Each card contains a 6-Trait strategy statement, a graphic organizer for students to complete, and the type of trait that is being addressed. These cards work great for mini-lesson ideas (you'll have 60 mini-lessons!), independent work during writing time, and as assessments!!

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