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Small Moments for BIG Impact

An easy way to teach students to write summaries.

Writing Summaries

Year after year my students struggled with summaries, and then I started using this method for teaching summary writing. I will never again teach this skill without this summary anchor chart.

A Moment in Time use for a small moment in narrative writing

So many uses for this book! Writing: word choice, voice, illustrating, brainstorming, vivid verbs persuasive writing- having students write an advertisement for a book they have written.

Small Moments for BIG Impact in Writings

Small Moments for BIG Impact

Small moments writing for Big impact! Show your students how to use small moments in their writings and watch the magic unfold!

Hoping this freebie gets your students on the "write" track when it comes to organizing their ideas and writing a narrative!

"Narrative Organizer" This graphic organizer helps students organize their ideas and details of a story when writing a narrative paper.

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NARRATIVES - Personal Narrative Writing: Students write a personal narrative about a time they helped someone. This packet guides students through the writing process with activities, graphic organizers, and examples.

Juicy words!!!! Narrative writing, 5th grade, anchor chart, writers workshop, Ela

Narrative writing, grade, anchor chart, writers workshop, Ela Have students in groups and each group choose a boring word and come up with synonyms for that word to use in their writing

FREE personal narrative checklist for writers in grades 3-6! Students can use this checklist to analyze their own personal narratives!

FREE personal narrative checklist for writers in grades Students can use this checklist to analyze their own personal narratives!

Differentiating between revising and editing anchor chart. PHOTO CREDIT - Highland Fourth Grade

Differentiating between revising and editing anchor chart. PHOTO CREDIT - Highland Fourth Grade -- but you could easily teach it younger.