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Getting Students to Reflect on Their Writing

This week we've used the traffic light reflections with our first writing piece - I just kept it very simple and made a quick template with three dots to resemble the traffic light. They colored the dots red, yellow, and green - and then had to write down something from their writing for each level of dot:

Homonyms Workshop

$3 Grades 2-5 This 26-page homonyms workshop helps children to recognize and find homonyms, homophones, heteronyms and homographs by involving them in activities (different grade levels offered). There are fill-in-the-blanks activities, looking at a picture and writing the correct spelling of that word, a teacher's master list, answer key, and a creative writing assignment, a chart to identify the characteristics of each pair of words.

21 Clever Writing Prompts That Will Unleash Your Students' Creativity

Writing Prompt: Play a song and have students write what they think goes along with it.

Picture Writing Prompts

50 picture writing prompts with labeled pictures that can be put in a writing center or using as a weekly writing prompt, giving students with ideas for writing.

Antonyms Workshop

$3 Grades 2-5 Antonyms Workshop helps children to recognize and find antonyms by involving them in activities at different levels such as matching pictures, words, antonym lists, writing sentences and creative writing. It will help them to grasp the idea of opposites and increase their vocabulary.