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3rd Grade Writing Ideas

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This is wonderful and actually something I can see myself using

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Education to the Core: Display the writing process using the tools to complete the writing process so kids can internalize what the steps are! Kids will love reaching the next step with every writing piece you do! Get these FREE posters by following the link.

Education to the Core: Writing Process Posters FREEBIE!


Looking for ways to help organize your students during writer's workshop? Use a clip chart to keep track of where each student is at in the writing process.

Secondgradealicious: Five for Friday: Saturday Edition!


Revising and Editing Chart: ARMS CUPS

Revising and Editing Chart: ARMS & CUPS


This gives me an idea to create something similar. I would title it the writing process rather than the writing cycle though.

One Lesson at a Time: A New Take on the Writing Cycle


The answer to, "How do you spell .......?" Image only

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A waving hand and goodbye paragraph. Great to use for the end of the year…kids wave good-by and add a paragraph about what they will remember most about the class. Great ending bulletin board!

Teaching in Room 6: Goodbye {waves}


Writing Checklist - A great beginning for a developing ability to write. It breaks writing into sections that a student can work on at a time. MamaPat

Writing Checklist - Narrative


SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPHS~ This NO PREP activity packet contains three MORE Scrambled Paragraph written at an INTERMEDIATE, level using easy sequencing clues such as "first," "next," and "finally." There are nine (9) ready-to-use printables. Just copy and go! Each paragraph has eight (8) sentences that can only be put together one way. Students quickly learn to use transitions and inferential clues to assemble these organized, logical paragraphs. #writing #paragraphs $

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Great way to keep track of where students are in the writing process….Love this idea!

The Creative Chalkboard: Classroom Reveal 2013!


Inside My Head: an activity for kids

Inside My Head - Milk and Cookies

  • Keshia Harvey-Shaffer
    Keshia Harvey-Shaffer

    Oops!!! Thanks you!

Bold Beginnings, Mighty Middles, Excellent Endings - Interactive Notebook Activites and follow up pages. Great for teaching the organization trait! $

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Great organizer when you want students to come up with questions or ponderings about a story or particular subject--could use for group discussion too! (Free Download)

Pixar Week: La Luna


Step Up to Writing Program

Step Up to Writing Program - Third Grade Faculty


Paragraph writing anchor chart. I've done this before and called it a "Whopper of a good paragraph"

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Personal narrative endings

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Meredith Alvaros Images by Meredith Alvaro, via Behance

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Writer's Notebook: a million ideas for lessons…plus each is a free printable!

A Literate Life - Writer's Notebook


Reluctant Writers

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New Year's Activity Packet

New Year's Activity Packet


FREE New Year's Activity for students to complete.

New Year's Resolutions / Goals - FREE!


Get your students writing about their goals and resolution for the new year with this FUN and FUNKY Flip Flap Book! It's cute, fun, interactive, and looks ADORABLE as a bulletin board display!$

2015 Flip Flap Book - New Year's Resolution Writing


Writing Organization Woes Solved in Mrs. Beattie's Classroom ~Many designs to suit your classroom theme, or request a custom product!~

Mrs Beattie's Classroom


Ms. Sinclair's Grade One/Two: May 2012 | Opinion writing anchor chart

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Opinion writing chart

ReadLearnTeachLife: Happy Veterans Day and Many More!

  • Janelle Cox
    Janelle Cox

    *separate :-D