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Writing Tips for Kids!

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A place for kids to check out writing tips to use in their own story writing!

ELA Word Wall Cards for Figurative Language Writing activities: FREE Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards: alliteration Teaching Language Arts, English Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Speech And Language, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Essay Writing, Writing Tips, Writing Activities

ELA & Math Word Wall Cards

Free! Figurative language anchor charts/posters/cards. alliteration • hyperbole • idioms • metaphors personification • onomatopoeia • similes

Ideas for teaching when to start a new paragraph in narrative writing - this pin goes to a product but I pinned it as an example of ideas to add to an anchor chart on this topic English Writing Skills, Book Writing Tips, Narrative Writing, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Help, Writing Activities, Paragraph Writing, Writing Ideas

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Commonly Misspelled or Misused Words ✿ English Language / Learning… Teaching English, Learn English, English Lessons, Education English, Teaching Grammar, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Teaching Writing, Learn French

Commonly Confused Words

It happens all the time. You’re writing a paper or texting a friend and have to ask yourself, “Is it affect or effect? A while or awhile?” Sometimes, even the most seasoned writers have to stop and do a quick Google search to double check themselves.It’s hard to deny the fact that the English language has a lot of commonly confused words. They either look alike, sound alike or, worst of all, look and sound alike (but have completely different meanings).If you take a moment to study the…

What a great anchor chart to use as a quick reference for narrative writing. I would put this up in the room and point to it when we practice narrative writing in our writer's notebook. English Writing Skills, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Strategies, Writing Resources, Writing Activities, Writing Checklist, Third Grade Writing, Writing Anchor Charts

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and Ten: Spring Graphic Organizers Set Two {Try it Before You Buy It} Freebies!Fourth and Ten: Spring Graphic Organizers Set Two {Try it Before You Buy It} Freebies! 1st Grade Writing, First Grade Reading, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Literacy, Teaching Spanish, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills

Spring Graphic Organizers Set Two {Try it Before You Buy It}

So, I finally put the finishing touches on the second set of my Spring Grap hic Organizers. As Phil Robertson would say, "Good night a liv...

This graphic organizer helps writers to organize the main ideas and components of narrative writing. I think students could really use this visual when analyzing text in order to write narrative writing assignments. Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Prompts, Essay Writing, Writing Topics, Writing Jobs

Story Telling...Organizing Narrative Text

WOW!! I have not posted in forever (the start of this year has been a bit rougher than previous ones).... BUT, it is time t...

Plot Diagram Graphic organizer Unique 25 Language Arts Graphic organizers for You and Your Kids Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Teaching Tools, Teaching Plot, Teacher Resources, Teaching Ideas, Reading Strategies, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies

25 Language Arts Graphic Organizers for You and Your Kids

Language arts graphic organizers: story maps, double entry diary, concept wheel, 5 paragraph essay planner, think-pair-share chart, Venn diagrams for 2 or 3 topics, . . .

“My Many Memorable Firsts” Common Core Personal Narrative Writing Unit - Handprint Kindergarten Narrative Writing Prompts, Personal Narrative Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Skills, Personal Narratives, Informational Writing, Writing Process, Writing Traits, Writing Journals

My Many Memorable Firsts

This past week, we started a new personal narrative writing unit all about my many memorable firsts. I began this unit with a hook to engage student interest--we talked about roller coasters. Who doesn't have a love-hate relationship with a good ol' roller coaster? Especially in a room of second graders, the feelings are unanimous. "Roller coasters are SO MUCH FUN!" We talked about what it was like to go on a roller coaster for the very first time--how that wait in line feels like forever…

Commonly Misspelled or Misused Words ✿ English Language / Learning… Teaching English, Learn English, English Lessons, Education English, Teaching Grammar, French Lessons, Spanish Lessons, Teaching Writing, Learn French

Affect vs. Effect: Choosing the Right Word

Raise your hand if you’ve ever been typing a paper -- or even sending an email -- and stopped to wonder if you need to use affect or effect. We’ve all been there before. Affect and effect belong to that tricky family of words known as homophones. That means they sound the same but have different meanings and spellings. Other commonly confused homophones are two/to/too, accept/except, and there/their/they're. For now, let’s tackle the problem of affect vs. effect so we never have to stop…

Nice Peterson s Pad Smart Readers Under Construction Character Map Also has a great Did You Know Worksheet for Non Fiction Text in Characterization Worksheet Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Comprehension Strategies, Guided Reading, Character Web

Smart Readers Under Construction

Hi all! The big day is Tuesday! That's my first day back with my little sweeties. I'm getting excited and nervous. Yeah, can you believe after all these years of teaching I still get excited and nervous! I'm starting again this year with 30 firsties and I'm sure it will increase. I guess I should be used to it but I don't think I ever will. I thought I'd share with everyone some little tools I print to have on hand when I'm working in guided reading with my kiddos. I print several copies and…

Totally Terrific in Texas: Character Map and Character Traits List - handy for helping students describe characters! Reading Workshop, Reading Skills, Writing Skills, Writing Tips, Reading Logs, Reading Lessons, Character Traits List, Character Map, Character Traits Graphic Organizer

Character Map

I created this character map that I use during stations. I copy the Character Traits on the back and have them highlight the traits that describe the character. Then, they write them on the front of the page in the Character Traits section. They draw an illustration of the character in the middle of the page. I love it because I can use it during stations for the story of the week, whole group, or they can even complete it independently using the main character from their AR book. Click on…

Show Dont Tell is a new writing game that will help all players learn how to become excellent, descriptive writers. (or DM storytellers) Come learn more! Writing Games, Writing Classes, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Writing Advice, Writing Resources, Teaching Writing, Writing Skills

Show Don’t Tell: A Descriptive Writing Game

Descriptive writing enables the author to paint scenes and characters in the mind’s eye of the reader. Like an artist, carefully selected, colorful words can convey vivid imagery, but only if the author learns to "show" and not "tell" the audience. Learning how to use illustrative adjectives, action verbs, graphic adverbs, expressive metaphors, vivid similes and showy personification is the key to writing engaging stories. What's more is it makes the process of writing a lot more fun! Who…