A Hodge Podge of FREEBIES
Hey everyone, I hope you're all having a great Thursday. I'm happy to announce my GIVEAWAY winners! Congrats to Crystal and Marybeth! Thanks to EVERYONE who commented! I've been making some practice sheet here and there for different things and haven't got around to posting them. So I thought I'd post them now. This is very random and I hope you can use them either now or next year. I used these to introduce 'How to Writing'. They are also a great sequencing review. Click HERE to download…
Peer assessment rubric: Procedural writing
I have been working on procedural writing with my class for the last few weeks using the following topics: How to play maths games on www.mangahigh.com How to make a sandwich/hot chocolate How to make something (arts and crafts) from recycled materials Recipes (sweet, savoury, imaginative and disgusting) Magic Tricks (They LOVED this one!) This week I'm going to do "How to make a St. Bridget's Day cross" and "How to play Stuck in the Mud." Other ideas for this type of writing are science…
Home :: Resource Type :: Posters / Signs :: Procedure Writing Features- Display or Activity
This set is great for any classroom looking at procedure writing features and can be used for a display or an activity The colour arrows show the organisational features of the text The black arrows and the stars show the conventions of the text type Print all the pieces pages 4-7 and use with an example
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How To Write A "How To!"
Hello Everyone!! My apologies for not posting in a while. We have been so busy both at school and on the homefront. We had some major eve...