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1.) A new friend. 2.) Book review! 3.) Do you “unplug” during the summer months? Why or why not? 4.) Something you got to do when you wer...

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6 Of The Best Pieces of Advice From Successful Writers

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Writing Prompts: 1.) Pinterest inspired! 2.) Advice your mother gave you. 3.) A blog post inspired by the word: gold 4.) I love this idea of an art journa...

Writing Prompts: 1.) A blog post inspired by the word: surprise 2.) Talk about something you learned last month. 3.) What was the last...

Writing Prompts: 1.) A quote from someone that has stuck with you. 2.) List 13 things you love about vacation. 3.) Public speaking. 4....

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Complete Second Grade Writing Common Core Rubrics

Rubric and Checklist for EVERY 2nd Grade Common Core Writing Standard W.2.1 W.2.2 W.2.3 W.2.5 W.2.6 W.2.7 W.2.7 W.2.8 L.2.1 L.2.2

Writing Prompts: 1.) Something that spooked you. 2.) Share a favorite recipe from your childhood that you still make today. 3.) A blog ...

Writing Prompts: 1.) A blog post inspired by the word: modest 2.) 7 kitchen tips based on mistakes you have made in the past. 3.) Your favorite childrens b...

Writing Prompts: 1.) A taste of summer… 2.) Throwback Thursday! Find and share an old photo and let it inspire a blog post. 3.) Tell us...

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Writers: 34 Sources of Inspiration for Your Writing

For writers, authors and bloggers looking for inspiration for your next book, next story, next blog post, next social post, here are a few sources of inspiration . . . In the music you hear and the songs you sing . . . Through the lens of a camera . . . In a great neighborhood bookstore #writers #writing

Writing Prompts 01.28: 1.) A childhood pet…where are they now? 2.) Share one of your “did that really just happen to me” life moments. 3.) The last thing you fel...

I remember seeing this hanging up in my 5th grade classroom and getting the chills when i read 12 1/2. That was 2 years before I even thought about writing as something I could do in my future.

A lot of useful tips for fourth grade writers to keep in mind! I would definitely use this in my classroom one day. 4.WS.4. Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. (Grade-specific expectations for writing types are defined in standards 1–3 above.)

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Printable Spelling Dictionary for Kids

FREE Printable Spelling Dictionary for Kids! Great as a resource for writing time -- use in the classroom or for homeschooling; one book for prek-grade 1 ; one book for grades 1-3