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Welcome to My Classroom Tour!!

4th grade classroom decorating themes - Google Search

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Chevron Design Writing Resource

Writing Process Posters Chevron Design!


editing progress - I may do a small on on each desk and have them move a paper clip to the one they are on instead of a class one

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Write a Scene (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

This writing worksheet will help you brainstorm some ideas on how best to write a scene so that it fits in with your other scenes.

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Editing Checklist (Writing Worksheet Wednesday)

A 2-page editing checklist you can use yourself or send out to beta readers | #amwriting

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Editable Writing Process Pencil; A Writer's Workshop Management Tool

This editable printable is a great addition to your writer's workshop area. You can list the steps used in your classroom to teach the writing process with clear ideas of what each step requires from the student. Also included are smaller printable bookmarks of the writing process pencil for students to keep in their writing folder or desk.

from e.a. deverell

How to Finish Your First Novella or Novel

How to Finish Your First Novella or Novel | creative writing blog

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Writing Process Poster • Writing Process Chart • Writer's Workshop Posters

Writing Process | Writing Process | Writing Process Writing Process Pencil Posters. 2 Sets of the Writing Process Posters are included in this set for you to display in your classroom. I used these charts and used clothes pins with students names to move down the chart as they were writing in the Writing Process. We used 2 different charts and I am attaching both here for you to decide which works for your classroom setting.

from Rainy Day Mum

Feather Writing - #playfulpreschool

Use feathers to develop writing skills, click through to find out how this can be adapted for children from toddler through to elementary working on different skills and knowledge

from e.a. deverell

Worldbuilding Worksheet: Magic

Wave your wand (or pencil) over this writing worksheet to create your magic system. Any muggle can do it!