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  • Agnitus

    1st grade writing rubric by first grade teacher. Find fun and educational games on and download the app on your tablet!

  • Ginny Gonder

    Writing Rubric. Your students will have a better idea of what the expectations are.

  • Lisa Gies

    Education - Teaching Ideas - Kindergarten Writing Journal Rubric.pdf This rubric is great, even for older students. I love the examples

  • Jennifer Wright Stockton

    Writing Rubric, would make an excellent self assessment tool.

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Kindergarten Writing Journal Rubric.pdf Good examples of progression of writing

Great visual for parents in regards to writing

Love this visual writing rubric ... great for the beginning of the year to give them a starting point!

Wow, I needed this this year! I had 2 or 3 that would not capitalize or add punctuation or even try to spell correctly this year, much less put their name on their paper.

Love this visual writing rubric for first grade!! by tinacm

Use this rubric when grading student writing. It will help you to be more objective and consistent. ...

The writing rubric would be an excellent idea to have hanging in the classroom for the students to reference to while doing in class writing activities. The standards that would correspond with this pin would be any writing standard within the third grade level. For example 3.W.1: Writing: Text types and purposes. Writing opinion pieces on topics or texts

Use this resource to quickly and easily create your own visual writing rubric to help your primary students self assess their work. No drawing required! :)$

Coloring Rubric- Brilliant! Great for kindergarten! But some will still color people green! ;)

Beginning Writing Workshop-I would use this with the title of 'Illustrating' for older students who aren't as confident with their drawings.