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Display this cute visual during Writer's Workshop and help your students become better writers by teaching them how to build a juicy paragraph with the hamburger model! Enjoy

Display this cute visual during Writer's Workshop and help your students become better writers by teaching them how to build a juicy paragraph with the hamburger model! Enjoy

Use this paragraph writing rubric for your students in grades 2-6! The rubric is written in student friendly language and can be used for self, peer or teacher assessment of paragraph writing. The rubric alines to the Ontario Achievement Chart.

Use this paragraph writing rubric for your students in grades 2-6! The rubric is written in student friendly language and can be used for self, peer or teacher assessment of paragraph writing. The rubric alines to the Ontario Achievement Chart.

This is a good poster idea to use for an English/Language Arts classroom to show students how they should be writing their paragraphs/papers. KR

This is a good poster idea to use for an English/Language Arts classroom to show students how they should be writing their paragraphs/papers. KR

Persuasive writing: Oreo

Persuasive writing: Oreo

Wilson You might be able to use this for your persuasive writing topic. This is a great visual to teach opinion writing. I think I am going to use it with the prompt: What is the best way to eat an oreo cookie. Each student will then get an oreo as well.

FREE Scrambled Paragraph Activity~ Students use a structured template, as well as transition and inference clues to practice creating a logical, organized paragraph. Students unscramble and then cut-and-paste an eight-sentence paragraph that can only be reconstructed one, best way. This no-prep printable helps students practice creating logical, organized paragraphs.  Fun, easy, and ready-to-go!

FREE Scrambled Paragraph Activity~ Students use a structured template, as well as transition and inference clues to practice creating a logical, organized paragraph. Students unscramble and then cut-and-paste an eight-sentence paragraph that can only be reconstructed one, best way. This no-prep printable helps students practice creating logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready-to-go!

A graphic organizer/model introducing the different parts of a paragraph.  Great anchor for students.

A graphic organizer/model introducing the different parts of a paragraph. Great anchor for students.

I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened. -make student write the "story" of what happened

I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened.

I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened. -make student write the "story" of what happened

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