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Show Not Tell Lesson-(For descriptive writing) Read this blog entry to learn how this teacher helps students understand "Show Not Tell"

We have spent a good majority of the year sharing wishes and dreams. For our storyline expo, we are creating silhouettes of students sharing what they love about our school.

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Rainy Day Boredom Buster: DIY Story in a Bag

'Whose Line Is It Anyway' style create a skit on the spot bags. Fill bags with random items, set the timer for 5+ minutes (depends how creative the class is and their level), the students must come up with a skit that includes ever item in the bag. Their creativity with this end of class filler activity can be amazing, and they love watching each other's skits!

WriteShopfrom WriteShop

elementary

Cute way to help children what words to use in each part of their writing to show transitions

This Reading Mamafrom This Reading Mama

Roll a Sentence (FREE Printable Included)

A fun way to create sentences and learn about subject/predicate.