Grade 4 or Write informative/explanatory texts to examine a topic and convey ideas and information clearly. Students will use the layers of the hamburger to create a paragraph. This is a fun activity that will be engaging to students because it is funny.
I needed a simple, easy to read transition words poster for my and graders, so I made this one! This poster will help your students meet Common Core standards by helping them use these temporal words and phrases to signal event order.
This is a project that I created as an at home enrichment activity. This is aligned with common core standards for science, reading, and opinion writing. Includes graphic organizer for opinion writing!
I "Mustache" Your Opinion (An Opinion Writing Unit)
This step-by-step sentence structure and paragraph writing resource covers subjects, predicates, complete sentences, fragments, run-ons, FANBOYS, topic sentences, rockin' beginnings, relevant details, transition words, closing sentences, and clinchers through a variety of paragraph activities! Learn paragraph structure through the paragraph anchor charts, use interactive notebooks, and practice with task cards and worksheets!
Parts of a Paragraph Mini-Interactive Notebook
This interactive notebook relates the parts of a paragraph to a traffic stoplight. Teachers and students will use this notebook to identify the parts of a paragraph including the topic sentence, the body of a paragraph, transition words that make the paragraph flow smoothly, and a list of concluding sentence starters.
Write narratives in which they recount two or more appropriately sequenced events, include some details regarding what happened, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide some sense of closure.