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  • Tatum O'Keefe

    Great kindergarten classroom ideas!

  • Kristin O'Leary

    Short and Sweet {Writing Process Posters} I love the writer's eye glasses!

  • Misti Scaggs

    writer's eye glasses :) "Glad to see you in Church School" board.

  • Fli Khan

    Writer's Eye Glasses: great idea for writing centers, too.

  • Sharon Victorine

    Teach students to use their Writer's Eye. Ask while writing: 1. Do I see a capital letter at the beginning of my sentence? 2. Do I see finger spaces between the words I wrote? 3. Did I use lowercase letters throughout my sentence, unless I needed to use a capital letter? 4. Do I see a punctuation mark at the end of my sentence? 5. Does my sentence make sense when I read it? To remind my students to ask themselves the above mentioned questions I created this bulletin board. Actually, Mr. Phippen was the genius who came up with the idea of using embroidery hoops to form the glasses. Anyway, you need 2 hoops, a small piece of wood to join the hoops, 2 black paper plates, and spray paint to create the Writer's Eye glasses man. The kids love it!

  • Jessica Smith

    Chalk Talk: A Kindergarten Blog: My Favorite Pins of the Week. This pin is of a writer's rules bulletin board.

  • Becky Dostal

    Writing bulletinboard

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