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FUN, Interactive, and a great Keepsake for your parents. Have your students create a T-H-I-R-D Grade Flip-Flap Writing Keepsake on the First Day of School and the Last Day of School. Parents will cherish it for years to come!$

Back to School and End of the Year Flip-Flap Keepsake 3rd Grade

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3rd Grade Thoughts: Writers Workshop: Revising (ARMS) & Editing (COPS). Honestly, NOT just for 3rd graders. College students could use this, too.

Writers Workshop: Revising (ARMS) & Editing (COPS)

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Great mentor texts for author's purpose: To Persuade.

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4 Square Planning for opinion writing

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FREE Fiction Text Structure Pack ~ help readers comprehend the story elements and plot of fiction narrative texts | This Reading Mama

Fiction Text Structure Resources

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States Across America Research Project This project uses higher level thinking skills in order to learn about a state in America as well as learning research skills. It involves researching, gathering facts, creating, and presenting. Your students will incorporate reading, writing, and humanity skills. There are three parts to the project: the poster, the written report, and the oral presentation.

States Across America Research Project

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Two Reflective Teachers: A Peek into our Nonfiction Research and Research Based Argument Essay Unit

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Early American Timeline Project freebie - students cut out cards (2nd page) with a dozen events from early American history. They research the correct order, glue them in place, record the dates, and write a brief summary of each event.

Social Studies Activities

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Research & informational writing (to inform...)

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Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] {Stacy Shubitz @sasmommy} {Two Writing Teachers}

Teacher as Writer.

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idioms

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2nd Grade Smarty-Arties taught by the Groovy Grandma!: quotation anchor chart

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Halloween Song for Children - Ten Little Monsters - Kids Song by The Learning Station

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Pop rock similes

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personal narratives

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The difference between revise and edit

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Sentence expansion/descriptive writing.

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My Heart Map. Students create a heart map in their writer's notebook as inspiration for their writing. 3 important people, 3 hobbies, 3 important places, 3 memories, and 3 important things. They will always have something to write about for a personal narrative.

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~Zeek's Zoo~: What Gets a Capital Letter?

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How to blow a bubble-- writing and math activity! Free download! This activity is adorable!

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other ways to say "said"...

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This is one of my now-favorite sites for Writer's Workshop ideas! Mini lessons, genre units (complete with publication and celebration!!), writer's notebook setup (binderized!), and more! Uh-mazing!

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What a cool way to engage kids in writing. First prompt - Write a paragraph about a girl named Dot, without using any letters with dots.

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One of my favorite writing lessons. Teach to write with details and even how to write a good paragraph!

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modelling paragraph writing 1.paragraph recipe 2.model using this example 3. create one together 4. After this lesson, I had the kids write a paragraph about what they wanted to be when they grew up.

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