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Say goodbye to writing folders, and hello to writing binders! Read the post to see how to use these to organize writing and guide children through the writing process, and pick up blacklines for the cover & dividers for free!

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Rock and Roll Theme Writing Binder Cover

Looking for the perfect accent for your elementary students' Rock Star or Rock and Roll theme writing binders? Look no further. This printable is a...

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Literacy/Writing Binder Pages

If you are looking to create a literacy or writing binder for the students in your class, this is a great place to start! Inside you will find: -A...

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Reading Fluency Word Work Centers

Roll and Read Phonics Literacy Stations for the entire year!! THREE levels (below level, on level, above level) - so easy to differentiate! & they all come with sound in "helper red" or with the words all black. There's also a version with sentences! AMAZING

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Add this personal word wall to your students' writing binders or folders! Provides perfect opportunities for students to add words they personally struggle with or may need to reference often! The last page includes a special spot for them to add any "delightfully descriptive words" they've learned from mentor texts or words they just LOVE and would like to keep for later.

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The Writing Process {ideas & a freebie!)

FREE! The Writing Process These writing process printables can be used as an anchor chart or clip chart in your classroom. Perfect for teaching the stages of the writing process!

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