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Personal Word Walls - keep in students' writing folders.

Personal Word Walls - keep in student's writing folders. *could be a separate small book for students to add in fancy words or new vocabulary as a reference when writing*

Personal WORD WALL - AWESOME way for students to write words and keep them at their desks

Word wall - ocean fun

Personal WORD WALL - AWESOME way for students to write words and keep them at their desks. Would be good with writing, act as a privacy folder as well

School Words Word Wall {FREE}. Includes a personal word wall for students, a file-folder word wall for the writing/word work center and big cards for the classroom wall. In color and black and white.

This would be a good reference sheet for ELL Students School Words Word Wall {FREE}. Includes a personal word wall for students, a file-folder word wall for the writing/word work center and big cards for the classroom wall. In color and black and white.

Engaging, differentiated writing centers that give students a variety of meaningful writing practice. Each center includes student directions, planning organizer, writing paper, and writing tips. Includes assembly instructions to create "take-and-go" folders, sign-up charts, record sheets, and idea lists to make the centers easy to manage and easy to keep fresh. 17 complete centers included in the bundle. Gr 2-5 ($)

Writing Centers BIG BUNDLE: Keep It Fresh! {All Four Packs}

Engaging, differentiated writing centers that give students a variety of meaningful writing practice. Each center includes student directions, planning organizer, writing paper, and writing tips. Includes assembly instructions to create "take-and-go" folders, sign-up charts, record sheets, and idea lists to make the centers easy to manage and easy to keep fresh. 17 complete centers included in the bundle. Gr 2-5 ($)

Writers notebook ideas including a chart to help generate ideas.

Jennifer's Teaching Tools: Writer's Notebook Great reference pages to include in a writing notebook.

This personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects! 1st and 2nd graders will enjoy writing about going to a special place and a special day they have had.

Personal Narrative Writing

This personal narrative writing unit includes two complete writing projects and meets Common Core State Standards. Students will enjoy writing about going to a special place and a special day they have had.

Writing Pin 1. This is a writing goals chart. This chart could be put up sometime in the beginning of the school year. As the year progresses and students reach these goals, they can put their names in the spaces.

Writing Pin This is a writing goals chart. This chart could be put up sometime in the beginning of the school year. As the year progresses and students reach these goals, they can put their names in the spaces. Adjust for Kinder - maybe individual sheets

Writer's Workshop folders keep writing organized

Writer's Workshop Folder Printables

Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic.  Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic.  Folds up and fits in writing folders.] {Stacy Shubitz @sasmommy} {Two Writing Teachers}

Teacher as Writer.

Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] Stacy Shubitz Two Writing Teachers

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be 3-4 stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i.e. one on characters, one on setting etc). Each stations has enough squares for each student in the class to write their answer. The question can be posted on the butcher paper, or on the wall. Students must support their answer with evidence from the story.

The students read the passage independently, then travel around the classroom answering the questions on butcher paper. There can be stations with each station asking a question about a story element (i. one on characters, one on setting etc).

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