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Check Your Work Poster for beginning writers

Check Your Work Poster for beginning writers $

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Journals Through the Year

This packet gives you everything you need to make writing journals for your students. These journals are perfect for Work on Writing. Really looking forward to this next year.

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Very helpful writing tips from Pixar

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Writing Checks Writing Cheques Intermediate

Writing Checks Writing Cheques $3 Grades 4-9, Adult

but with our writing process steps... good way to keep track of where kids are at, and if a helper comes in its easy for them to see who needs help.

8 whole class journals for the students to write in. Select 8 students each week to write in one of the journals. The next week, 8 different children will be selected to write, and so on. By the time were finished, each journal should have about 25 different entries written in them. Students will be able to read what their classmates have written as well.

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Sight Word Writing Practice K-1

Spelling Word Writing Practice K-1 Write 4 Ways

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Police Report – Fun, Creative Real-World Writing Task to Use with ANY Literature

Add a little fun to your current novel or short story unit by turning your students into police officers. This official-looking offense/incident report requires students to collect details from their reading and use real-world writing skills to efficiently report the facts (just the facts, ma’am) of the scene you just read. Works with ANY piece of literature that has a crime or incident scene worthy of police attention. Works for 5th through 12th grade students. Check it out!

Philosophy Adventure is a brand new curriculum written from a Biblical Worldview and intended to teach your homeschool children how to write skillfully, think critically and speak articulately. Check it out at http://homeschooladventure.com!