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Stick this in the front of their writing books and you can give them better feedback on each piece of writing ... eg: If they need to work on punctuation, the feedback (or self-feedback) might read "3, 3, 4, 2".

This is a TERRIFIC site for writer's workshop...it includes the set up of a writer's notebook, six + 1 traits, writing units and so much more!

using post its chart by missmorofuji, via Flickr

Cool Writing Bulletin Board - Designed for 2nd grade but could be adapted to many grades.

writing goals- something to think about posting in the classroom

all of our preschoolers made box faces. We used recycled/repurposed materials and spray painted the box lids first. Had a lot a variety and a very cool display

Pebble or Rock Words: A word that is a pebble does not tip the scale like a rock. Rocks are strong and have muscle! Find rocks outside your classroom and decorate the rocks to make Rock Garden of Words. We are always on the look out during read aloud time for Rock Words. At writing time, we are trying to put Rock words in our stories.

Starting Readers Workshop in Kindergarten, 1st, or 2nd grades

Writing Notebook-love the idea of 5 drafts before a publish--AMAZING ideas for my writing binders!!!!!

This site - www.julieballew.com - offers many generous resources for everything from charts to notebook entries, to mentor texts, and mini lessons. A third grade teacher opens her door...