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David Shannon, we read your wonderful book about the importance of being oneself. Then, each kid got a cup of vanilla pudding to color. We layered the pudding in the class bowl and shared the rainbow treat. The collaboration was wonderful...and it took a lot of hand washing before, during and after!

Onomatopoeia - The formation or use of words such as buzz or murmur that imitate the sounds associated with the objects or actions they refer to.

Writing Folder - Resource Tool for Aspiring Authors!

This is a great resource for teaching poetry. It includes 25 different types of poetry. This meet standard 2.W.5 Production and Distriubution 5. with guidance and support from adults and peers on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing. Although this is a third grade standard it can be adapted to other grade levels.

This is a great author study unit...has more original things than most I hvae gotten!

Nice list of transition words, you can use this as a complimentary form for a lesson on writing an effective paper. www.teachthis.com.au

Teach kids that transition words connect our thoughts and make our writing sound smoother and better. | Totally Terrific in Texas

Transitions in writing: Showing passage of time...Patricia Polacco is so good at this. I need to break out her books

patricia polacco Author Study what a great way to teach world view!!!!! WHAT is the author's worldiew..does it line up with the Bible?

Writing Anchor Chart - Great, especially if you take the time to do a writer's workshop in your classroom!

The Lesson Plan Diva: "How to" writing and Non-fiction activities