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This is a favorite center for students! Create a scene using stickers then write a story about it. This is a great way to inspire and excite young ...

Here is a picture of the anchor chart that I laminated, so I can just add/remove post-it notes each time we use it for a different story.

Fill the bags with random items, have the children use them to come up with a story. It would be a great writing center activity, and you can so easily differentiate based on what items you chose. Love this idea!

24 pages - Black lines for lined handwriting paper, story paper, comic strip paper, graph paper, music paper, grid paper, name tags, math answer pa...

incorporate photos into book art - would really help with comprehension.

Love the idea of putting examples of different types of writing. Must find space for a writing center.

Cute freebie from Made for 1st Grade teaching blog. I am going to use as a writing activity with one of Laura Numeroff's books.

love this for primary writing-- could adapt according to writing expectations in your own classroom (what do authors do? have words, have illustrations, words and pictures match, fearlessly spell, use punctuation, have spaces between words...)

Emily Stewart, this is a super easy/cute way to work on story elements using (my favorite!) Post-It notes! You can take the Post-Its down and re-use the chart for a new story! Sure beats using boring chart paper!