• Sonia Basora Champion

    Listen up writing teachers! This site is a GOLD MINE! I wish I would've had this resource when teaching writing!

  • Laura Gonzales

    Always Write: An Original Writer's Notebook Lesson from Corbett. One of the most amazing writing sites I've ever seen and explored! If I ever teach middle school or high school English again - this site will be a best friend!

  • Annie Theresa

    Always Write: An Original Writer's Notebook Lesson from Corbett - Great ideas for teaching writing!

  • Jeanine P.

    dyslexia help: Visual notebook for metaphors, idioms, language arts examples and definitions

  • Elizabeth Eaton

    Lots of writing ideas for interactive notebooks: ideas I like: using masking tape to create a "tab", 8 creative task options for learning new vocab words, and monthly writing lessons using literature

  • Christy Glassford

    Writer's Notebook Idea

  • Missey Evers

    Writing notebook ideas

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