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    COPS...love this acronym! Always use this before turning in work: Capitalization, Organization, Punctuation, Spelling

    COPS - Capitalization, Order Organization, Punctuation, and Spelling

    Help your students self-edit their writing with this visual reminder!...

    When students complete a writing piece, they find a friend to help them edit their work....

    "TAG!" for peer editing and writing.

    **Follow for free "too-neat-not-to-keep" teaching tools & other fun stuff :) .....this isn't free, but it does look good!! Monthly Activities and Centers for Writing/Editing

    Something like this would be helpful...

    Fun way to work on editing in younger grades!

    Make Editing Colorful

    This set of differentiated graphic organizers will help your students meet the common core standards for narrative writing. These can be used for any topic/theme and include a publishing template. The first graphic organizer has allowed my little first graders to "break the code" to writing a narrative. I'm sure it will help your little writers too!

    Rainbow editing! Love this!

    Writing Goal Board Students use post-its to self-edit each piece of writing for spacing, punctuation, capitalization, and sight word spelling

    Have your students use this sheet during the editing process! I use this with Lucy Calkins Units of Study, and it works beautifully.Amanda Nic...

    Included in this packet is four spelling games on plural nouns focusing on the final -y ending. The first game is a simple activity that wo...

    Kids can make a WOW MOM card with a little help from line symmetry and this printable. Four design options are included plus a capital letter cut-and-fold activity and a "My MOM is WOW because…" writing prompt. Aligned with CCore 4th Grade geometry 4.G.3

    Writing Prompts: Imagination Builders FIFTEEN Prompts to ignite the imagination! Get those kids sharpening their pencils -- high quality photos and clip art. Samples: What Made This Monster Turn Green?, What Makes You Say, "Ouch"? LITERACY Fun and Learning. $

    Writing Organization

    Opinion writing unit for primary grades! Loads of activities, prompts, posters, and writing pages to help teach students to write their own opinions!

    read aloud for helping kids write

    Are your students writing the same words over and over? Here are some helpful synonyms for the word "went." :)

    FREE Spelling Homework Ideas( or use for Word Work/Spelling Center)