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This is a great freebie!  Watch what amazing writing your students do with these simple paragraph starters!My students love these!Enjoy!S...

This is a fabulous free product! Your students will write beautiful descriptive paragraphs with ease! The entire store will be on sale for off at the TPT Cyber Sale on Monday & Tuesday!

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What if I had students draw other students names and then they had to describe that student. Then we could guess which student each kid wrote about!

Building a paragraph

aligned with Common Core Writing Standards 1 & 2 - I would switch the roof and foundation. I think it makes more sense to build from the bottom up. The topic sentence should be the foundation and the closing sentence should protect your paragraph.

This is a lesson for middle school language arts classrooms (grades 6-8) on descriptive writing. Many times students have a hard time understanding how to be creative with their writing. This lesson helps them break down that wall and become better creative writers. I will be using this in my classroom if I ever teach middle school!

Descriptive Writing - Graphic Organizers, Examples, Rubric and More

Descriptive Writing - Looking for something to lead your students through writing a descriptive paragraph or essay. This package includes a detailed

SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPHS Writing Activities: Mini Unit~ No Prep Printables! Kids love using clues to assemble these 8-sentence, cut-and-paste paragraphs.  Additional practice lessons help students learn how to write their own logical, organized paragraphs. Fun, easy, and ready to go!  $

Scrambled Paragraph Writing Activities: Mini Unit

SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPHS Writing Activities: Mini Unit~ No Prep Printables! Students use clues to assemble these paragraphs. Cut 'n' paste activities and additional practice lessons help students learn how to write their own logical, organized paragraphs.

Showing Not Telling Writing Prompts

Stop those boring sentences! Here are over 30 'show not tell' prompts. Cut them up, laminate (optional), use them in small groups, pairs, or individually. Students use their senses to describe what is happening in a story. Thank you for stopping by!

Paragraph Writing:  Sandwich Organizer Model - FREE!  Great resource for students - could be blown up into poster and laminated for a writing anchor

I used this in my second grade class Paragraph Writing: Sandwich Organizer Model - FREE! Great resource for students - could be blown up into poster and laminated for a writing anchor

Thankful Writing: An Expository Writing Lesson

Social Thinking - 25 Fun Social Skills Games for Autistic Children

use this sheet when introducing expository writing to students. have students reference this sheet each time we wrote an expository writing.

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Writing Rubrics for Primary Grades

FREEBIE- This lesson is intended as a mini lesson that teaches children what a personification is and how to write a personification. In my classroom, I use this lesson to jump start my students into using personifications in their creative writing prompts

This lesson is intended as a mini lesson that teaches children what a personification is and how to write a personification. In my classroom, I use this lesson to jump start my students into using personifications in their creative writing prompts

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