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Emoji Writing Prompt PACK

*Use for fun, motivating morning work or literacy centers!*Print one copy of the emoji prompt for each of your students. (Students will each get a page slip.) Your students will take their slip of paper and cut out each of the emoji. They must then create a story (you create the requirements) using the emoji in place of actual words.

21 Clever Writing Prompts That Will Unleash Your Students' Creativity

Teaching | Writing | Grade: any | Clever Writing Prompts That will Unleash your Students Creativity" | In my future classroom, I want to have morning journals where my students will sometimes write. This will come in handy if I can not think of a prompt.

Blog post from Literature Daydreams: 5 awesome short films to wow your high school ELA classes. Teach writing, literature and critical thinking by using these fab short films.

Tootling- the opposite of tattling. Tootling is when students write a positive note about their classmates or teacher and stick it up on our tootling board. They love doing it, and it helps promote a cohesive classroom community!

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity

The Best Part of Me Writing Activity - This has been a Morris Grove tradition for many years! Love doing it each spring with my kiddos. The book was written by students in Durham, NC.

Fifth Grade Novel Studies: Hoot, Ungifted, Pie, Roll of Thunder Hear My Cry

Novel studies for books that fifth graders love! Roll of Thunder Hear my Cry, Hoot, Ungifted, and Pie.