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Writing

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Digging deeper in writing bulletin board: this bulletin board goes along with our study of writing sentences at the beginning of the year (adding details, etc. by aftr Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Writing Skills, In Writing, Writing Anchor Charts, Writing Ideas, Sentence Writing, Narrative Writing

Digging deeper in writing bulletin board: this bulletin board goes along with our study of writing sentences at the beginning of the year (adding details, etc.).

Fix the sentences! Capitals and punctuation. Could use this for short e and i by covering the letter (worksheet/assesment) Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Writing Ideas, Writing Goals, Primary Teaching, Teaching Grammar

Fix it up, main idea chairs, and the doubles rap!

I just started this year making a weekly schedule for certain activities for Reading. I did this to keep my head in check so I won't get too...

Grade Parade Write Anchor Charts - This is so cute! I wish I could draw like this for classroom displays.First Grade Parade Write Anchor Charts - This is so cute! I wish I could draw like this for classroom displays. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Anchor Activities, Teaching Ideas, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Centers, Kindergarten Writers Workshop, Writing Topics

Writing Marathon!

Why Writers Write: Laminate, velcro, and have a laminated star that moves to which reason we have for that writing specific unit.

Storytelling Pathways: Walking the Fairy Tale - Fairy Dust Teaching (So this is for elementary, but who says graders wouldn't like it too! Reading Strategies, Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, Teaching Reading, Teaching Resources, Teaching Kindergarten, Reading Comprehension, Teaching Ideas, Communication Orale

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This is a great way to help children with retelling a story. It builds comprehension, sequencing and it is fun! It is simple - on a long piece of bulletin board paper - draw a winding path. At the beginning of the path, draw a visual clue of the first event. I did this Storytelling Pathway in August when we were learning the story of "Goldilocks and the Three Bears." I had the children tell me what happened first, second, etc and I drew the visual clues. After I drew the story, I let the…

Rosie's Walk - link to images to retell the story Retelling Activities, Farm Activities, Reading Activities, Student Teaching, Teaching Reading, Guided Reading, Eyfs Classroom, Classroom Resources, Teaching Resources

FIve For Friday

Today I'm joining in with Five for Friday since I haven't posted for so long! These pics aren't from this week though, they are before we we...

Pie Corbett's site has fantastic resources and ideas for the classroom--excellent for primary but some good material for teaching writing in secondary classes, as well. Talk 4 Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Ideas, Creative Writing, Teaching Resources, Pie Corbett, Drama Class, Gremlins, Teacher Stuff

Pie Corbett's site has fantastic resources and ideas for the classroom--excellent for primary but some good material for teaching writing in secondary classes, as well.

Pie Corbett - The Importance of Developing a Story Orally Before Writing it Down - YouTube Talk 4 Writing, Writing Ideas, Pie Corbett, Write It Down, School Lessons, Literacy, Education, Learning, Youtube

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