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I use this at my writing station for Daily 5. The kids love it! Roll a Story great for teaching how to make interesting elements in a story. Love this for those kids who are stuck on what to write about!

Academic Vocabulary Games- Twister... for the vocab use a laminated notecard with velcro on the back, then you can re-use the card and write the new unit vocab words with a dry erase marker.

Have students create a story using stickers. This will definitely get them excited about writing!

This FREE resource is perfect for any classroom looking for a little (fun!) writing inspiration. Mix & Match story elements by rolling a dice!

A quick, but detailed reference on how teachers and students can use Google Drive (Docs) in the classroom. Lots of photos and step by step instructions.

Story & book creator apps that students can use to meet the Common Core Writing Standards

use Story Spine app to summarize a historical event or illustrate a scientific concept

Lots of online timers or stopwatches...very easy and fun to use with you students!

LOVE this for getting kids to think about their writing!!! .... Follow for more FREE 'too-neat-not-to-keep' literacy tools other fun teaching stuff :)

Make writing fun, engaging, and 21st century with this QR Code Writing Prompt Bundle. The bundle includes 216 QR code writing prompts provided in 3 different formats: 1) Lined Stationery 2) Task Cards 3) QR Code squares that can be mixed together in a bag/bowl for randomly choosing and pasting in interactive notebooks. $

SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPHS Writing Activities: Mini Unit~ No Prep Printables! Kids love using clues to assemble these 8-sentence, cut-and-paste paragraphs. Additional practice lessons help students learn how to write their own logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready to go! $