6 traits of writing
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Paragraph Writing Activity for Elementary Students
Strengthen your students' paragraph writing in 2nd and 3rd grade with this fun, hands-on writing activity. These make for the perfect work on writing center in the elementary classroom, or they are a great small group writing activity for second graders. Students will have fun with this seasonal writing activity that lasts for the whole year!
Show Don't Tell Charts
My students have such a hard time with adding description to their writing. These Show Don't Tell charts help elementary students to write with more expression and to show action. Each anchor chart comes with a commonly overused word in writing and examples of how to show that word with detail. Great for revising, writing journals and notebooks, wall posters and more! #showdonttell #writingstrategy #writersworkshop #anchorcharts #descriptivewriting #narrativewriting
4th & 5th Grade Writing Units - Curriculum Bundle | Text-Based Writing & Prompts
Teach Opinion, Informational, Explanatory, Personal Narrative, and Creative Narrative writing like a pro with these no-prep writing units! Each unit includes teacher examples and printable student pages. Print out the pages you need, and you're all set to teach your students how to write incredible, well organized essays! Great for 4th & 5th grade teachers that want to easily teach their students the writing process with all student organizers and teacher models included!
Restating the Question Lesson - Teaching with a Mountain View
One of the most important lessons that I teach my upper elementary students is how to restate the question in the answer. We start with a lesson about how to restate the question. PQA: Put the Question in the Answer. This can still be tricky for some kids, so we make an anchor chart together that shows them exactly how to do it. Check out my lesson and help your students to answer questions with ease. #languagearts
Writers workshop - Lucy Calkins story mountain. Students create notes on a post it forming small ideas. Students take the small ideas and paste them right into their notebook to creat a story. Yellow post it's are the who's, when's and what's of the story, blue can be 3 main ideas or a Problem and pink is a strong closing or the solution to the problem in the story.
25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing
5th grade writing partners! Partner up students and help them with ways to respond to their writing. This is great because the better the feedback is for a writer the better their final piece will be. This is a great way to teach how to give corrective feedback.