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.
Descriptive Writing - Graphic Organizers, Examples, Rubric and More
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.
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!
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