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Do you teach your first and second-grade students to learn how to write a paragraph? In this post, I share ideas, lessons, and activities for students to learn how to write their own paragraphs in a structured way. Before I dive in, I wanted to let you know you can watch or listen to all […]
Amanda Martinez saved to Milan writing
Developing students’ writing takes practice and hard work throughout the year, and it can be difficult to transition young students’ basic writing into detailed and descriptive sentences. Teaching early writing components such as... #creativewritingcenters #creativewritingprompts #expandedsentences
Jenelle Sobion saved to Quick Saves
Follow this step-by-step lesson plan to teach your students how to write an organized paragraph. The writing activities and topics will work well with 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students!
Laura saved to homeschool
Teaching students how to write a paragraph is not an easy task! Especially since many children struggle to put their thoughts down on paper.
sandra orozco saved to Faith
One of my favorite writing lessons is all about the Hamburger Paragraph Plan. It is such a third grade-friendly layout and something that provides enough structure to help any student feel success with their writing. For more on how I introduce this with my class at the beginning of the year, click HERE. As the year progresses, I want to up the complexity of their paragraphs by encouraging them to add in details, descriptions, and examples. It's at this point that I introduce the Deluxe…
Katie Etheridge saved to Children
Informational writinand expository writing in second grade is all about animals. We go in depth with gathering facts, sorting the facts, and writing.
This is the last of four in my series on Teaching Paragraph Writing. If you’ve been following along, you know that we’ve discussed Topic Sentences, Supporting Ideas and Details, and even Conclusions… And now we’re going to do a little more advanced work by adding transitions to our paragraph. These tiny words and phrases […]
Anita Grace Pang saved to Transition words
When I look back to my first experience teaching five paragraph essays to fifth graders, I can remember how terribly unprepared I felt. I knew that the five paragraph essay format was what my stude…
Jeanine Ferris saved to Language Arts
Topic sentences can be one of the most challenging parts of writing a paragraph! That's why I directly teach my upper elementary students how to write five different types of topic sentences that can be tweaked for any paragraph! In this post, you'll find a detailed explanation for the five basic topic sentences I teach, as well as other tried and true tips for writing teachers. Click the link to read more!
The Teacher Next Door saved to Paragraph Writing
Have your students mastered writing sentences, but need more support to begin writing paragraphs? Check out how I use scaffolding tools to teach students to write paragraphs in my special education classroom. #specialeducation #paragraphwriting #literacy
Lauren Karpen saved to Quick Saves