Have you ever thought about using a shoe box as a journal? I bet not! Read this tutorial for how to use a shoe box as a journal--let students get creative and put real items in there, instead of just writing in a journal!
This pin contains some ideas for creative writing prompts for high school age students. This particular prompt is for students to write a narrative about Halloween from the perspective of a piece of candy! I think this is such a fun idea!
Great for middle of the year for kindergarten and beginning of the year for firsties! Practice reading the sentence, writing, and illustrating what was read. The checklist helps to remember how to write a sentence correctly.
How do you teach writer's workshop in your first and second grade classroom? This post explains how to get your writer's to expand their learning through fun activities and lessons that even have them writing chapter books by the end!
Text-based evidence is a hot term in the education world today, and it's for good reason. Finding text-based evidence to back up their answers and findings is an important skill for students to learn, as it truly enhances their reading comprehension.
A Writing Strategy That Works for Upper Elementary!
If you are looking for an effective writing approach with lessons planned out for you throughout the year, this is a must read! This writing coach shows you a writing strategy that truly WORKS and she is getting praise by thousands of teachers!