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  • Ms. Hughes

    "First Grade Lions Den- Rate Your Writing" Awesome post about writers workshop for 1st grade. Sample writing rubric, very visual for little learners and show the students what is expected of them in their writing and illustrations.

  • Lynette Pettway

    Visual Writing Rubric Anchor Chart *Sierra*

  • Iris Rodriguez-Hillmon

    Writing rubric! Neat idea for a language arts class.

  • Sally Malarney

    Writer's Workshop: Love this visual writing rubric for first grade!

  • Carole Howard

    First Grade Lyon's Den: A Look into Writer's Workshop. This is a great visual rubric for young writers!

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