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  • Diana Stevenson

    Writing. Sentence Writing. - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why FREEBIE!

  • Brittany Freel

    Stretch a sentence to take those boring sentences to descriptive! Great poster for my classroom!

  • Jerrie Goforth

    Free download poster. Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why. Such an important tool for writers workshop.

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    Teaching Ideas

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    Sentence Writing - ANCHOR CHART!

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    LANGUAGE ARTS. Sentence Writing - Expanding, adding who, what, when, where, why

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    Expanding Sentence Writing - adding who, what, when, where, why

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