Step Up to Writing Program~  Easy steps to help students write more complete responses.

Step Up to Writing Program~ Easy steps to help students write more complete responses.

main idea lesson! Helps students weed out the unimportant details. I will be doing this and reviewing it!

main idea lesson! Helps students weed out the unimportant details. I will be doing this and reviewing it!

This fun foldable is the perfect tool to guide students' writing when asked to sequence the events of a story.  The side labeled "Sequence of Events" is glued into their journal, while the dotted lines are cut and can be folded back allowing for the students to focus on writing each piece -- the beginning, the middle, or the end.

This fun foldable is the perfect tool to guide students' writing when asked to sequence the events of a story. The side labeled "Sequence of Events" is glued into their journal, while the dotted lines are cut and can be folded back allowing for the students to focus on writing each piece -- the beginning, the middle, or the end.

My kiddos are having some trouble with FACT AND OPINION this year, and I admit, I'm starting to run out of ideas.  INTERNET TO THE RESCUE!!!

My kiddos are having some trouble with FACT AND OPINION this year, and I admit, I'm starting to run out of ideas. INTERNET TO THE RESCUE!!!

"Teaching blog, free downloads, common core activities and classroom organization" google-site-verification: google44d51fcfbcf01f17.html

"Teaching blog, free downloads, common core activities and classroom organization" google-site-verification: google44d51fcfbcf01f17.html

Students draw a picture of the setting and then use direct quotes to "prove" that what they put belongs in the picture based on the actual text.

Students draw a picture of the setting and then use direct quotes to "prove" that what they put belongs in the picture based on the actual text.

Pitner's Potpourri: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - Freebie. Use this book to teach sequence of events.

Pitner's Potpourri: Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day - Freebie. Use this book to teach sequence of events.

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