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If you need some tips and tricks on how to improve your students' handwriting, this post is for you! Find five subtle ways to help your kids have better penmanship. Students with or without dyslexia can benefit from these strategies. Build up hand muscles, practice handwriting in fun and unique ways, write in a different way and with a purpose, and always practice. Great for upper and lower elementary classrooms. Print out the tips and send home for parents so they can help too! Pre K, Muscles, Writing Skills, Teaching Handwriting, Improve Handwriting, Teaching Spelling, Handwriting Practice, Improve Your Handwriting, Learn Handwriting

If you need some tips and tricks on how to improve your students' handwriting, this post is for you! Find five subtle ways to help your kids have better penmanship. Students with or without dyslexia can benefit from these strategies. Build up hand muscles, practice handwriting in fun and unique ways, write in a different way and with a purpose, and always practice. Great for upper and lower elementary classrooms. Print out the tips and send home for parents so they can help too!

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The Clever Teacher
High School, Argument Unit, Argumentative Writing, Argumentative Essay, Teaching Tools, Teaching Resources, Argument, Teaching Writing, Teaching English

These fun and engaging argument games will get your students reading for their analyzing rhetoric unit or their argumentative writing unit! Students will be moving and collaborating while practicing critical argumentation skills!

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Taylor Lanfried
English, Reading, Ideas, Spelling Games For Kids, Sentence Starters, Grammar Games, Punctuation Games, Sentence Building Activities, Complete Sentences Activities

The Sentence Game Let’s face it, writing is hard. It takes lots and lots of practice to master the many skills a writer needs. But practice can be boring. Not now! I’ve created a sentence writing game your kids will love. With this game they’ll write sentence after sentence without complaining, because it’s a game. It’s very simple, but practices very essential skills- capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and spelling. The game can be played with 2 or more players. There’s even a way to…

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Tammi Hicks