Elementary writing

Spark your elementary students' imagination and develop their writing skills with these creative writing ideas. Encourage them to express their thoughts and ideas through storytelling and free writing.
English, Middle School Writing, Elementary Writing Lessons, Writing Lesson Plans, Teaching Writing Elementary, Elementary Writing, Homeschool Writing, 5th Grade Writing, Teaching Reading

Do you have struggling writers who just don't seem to be growing? Do you have reluctant writers who don't seem to get much writing completed? In every class that I have ever taught, there has always been a handful of kiddos that just don't like writing. These students can be toughest to reach. You have

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Not So Wimpy Teacher
Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing. Pre K, English, Anchor Charts, Topic Sentences Anchor Chart, Transition Words Anchor Chart, Writing Introductions Anchor Chart, Topic Anchor Chart, Sentence Starters Anchor Chart, Expository Writing Anchor Chart 2nd

Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing.

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Raise The Bar Reading
The Writing Notebook — The Simple Classroom Writers Notebook, Student Writing Folders, Writing Folders, Interactive Writing Notebook, Reading Response Notebook, Writing Classes, Student Writing, Creative Writing Classes, Writing Instruction

I wrote recently that I think it’s important that we give students a daily writing time . But, obviously a logistical issue comes up when you have your students writing every single day of the school year (or at least pretty close to it). How do we organize all of this writing? How do we keep up w

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MOM ARCINIEGA'S
Reading, Teaching Writing, Second Grade Writing, Third Grade Writing Prompts, Writing Skills, Teaching Literacy, 3rd Grade Writing Prompts, Third Grade Writing, Writing Strategies

Hi Friends! Confession time…writing is my LEAST favorite subject to teach. I know, I know…teachers shouldn’t have favorites! In all seriousness, teaching writing to first graders was not my favorite subject to teach. I was in a place where I thought, “If it’s boring to me, isn’t it boring for them?” I desperately needed to spice things up. That year I made it my professional goal to improve my writing instruction. I spent time reading, researching best practices and developing a system that…

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