Tape 6 different MESSED UP sentences and glue them onto a tissue box. The kids “roll” the box, read the sentence, write it, and then revise it. Great for a writing center!

Roll-a-Sentence activity- teaches how to write a complete sentence.

Writing Office for Kindergarten

Sentence surgery - my KinderCuties will LOVE this!

Work on Writing Folder Kit

Welcome to The Schroeder Page!: Roll a Story

FREE "How To" writing ideas

Cute idea for word work

“Show, Not Tell” poster for revising writing and adding more detail. I love this!!!

Your students will absolutely love this activity! After reading the sentence card they must decide if it is a silly or sensible sentence. Fun!

A jar is filled with simple, kid-friendly questions that turn journaling sessions into FUN! CLICK HERE to print off the colorful writing prompts. Next, cut, fold, and place them in a jar. Have your children/students pick a prompt each day. They can tape it on top of a page in a blank book or copy the questions and then write their responses. They can even add illustrations. I plan on using this writing activity during the summer months with my kids.#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#

rainbow editing idea. Great way to make peer editing more fun. It also focuses not just on the negative but also on the positive aspects of a student's writing!

online chapter book lessons/prompts

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Types of sentences anchor chart. Different sentence types.

Sticker story

How to Babysit a Grandpa by Jean Reagan: The text "looks" like a narrative story, but it has the language that's the hallmark of "how-to" writing combined with transitions to keep the story moving along. Embedded within the text are obvious "how-to" pieces (tips and lists) such as "Snacks for a Grandpa," "How to Entertain a Grandpa," and "How to Wake Up a Grandpa." (Would support your work with the Common Core Standards for writing.)

Our bulletin board to remind students that writing a paragraph is like making a great hamburger: you need a top and a bottom bun (opening and closing sentences), with lots in the middle (the body).

Picture This - Writing Activity

Ice cube trays

Making your own worksheets, dice, board games, bingo sheets, word searches and many more... YES!! Roll- have to make into a sentence?