Writing Process Steps: I like the idea of keeping track of where the students are in the writing process.

Kind of neat way to visually see your progress to task and to stay on track with time management.

Great for the writing process.

Cute Way to Show Not Only the Steps of the Writing Process but Also See Who is on What Step. I would change it to: Brainstorm, Prewrite, Rough Draft, Revise, Edit, and Final.

This is a great chart to display for the writing process! Students can refer back to this to see the step by step method! This is great for visual learners! This connects to the 4th grade NYS Math Standard 4.W.5. With guidance and support from peers and adults, develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, and editing.

Anchor chart for writing long off of post its

This clip chart is a great way to demonstrate individual goal setting. It could be modified for any subject/unit for specific goals. The class has common goals, but not everyone is at the same point regarding broad goals or even specific goals. I can see myself using something similar in music to get a quick read on individual students and to remind students of learning goals on a daily basis.

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No Homework Binder--Each student has a blank page in the binder. The student must write the date, assignment, and reason for not having it on their page for each forgotten assignment. Keeps track of # missing and reasons. Great management tool!

Easy intro to persuasive writing.

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments

Visual Rubric for Journals...

I want to put one of these in my room, but with a folder behind each title. In the folders I would put various blank outlines, special drafting paper, peer editing sheets, editing mark cards, etc.

Wow! A super helpful writing tool that addresses common core writing expectations.

Anchor Charts: Reading and Writing Goals

Take a picture of students and have them make a mask for their pictures. Add a straw and have students fill out a dive into summer story. I'm thinking info on fish

Writing Offices for third grade students. The students have these offices available when they are writing and can refer to the information listed there! It includes information about: the writing process, an editing checklist, punctuation, writing super sentences, transition and story words, letter formation (both print and cursive) and a space to put current work.

Free!!! The Writing process...free printables! Using "thinking maps"


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