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Writing Center Idea - I love this because it shows how the teacher did a center without a large footprint of classroom space.
Mensa for Kids saved to Language Arts Class
Looking to foster a love of writing? Try setting up a writing corner featuring a bulletin board with useful tools to inspire student writing.
angie gynegrowski saved to 5th grade ela
Struggling to achieve your goals and build good writing habits? Here's how you can work on creating an intentional writer life.
Bree Black saved to Future Author :)
Inside/outside investigation table -- this would be a great science activity to set up for each season!
Kelli Beach saved to 1 #2019 school 2020
Do you want your students to love writing? Get tips on how to create a classroom writing center that your students will WANT to go to!
Courtney Miller saved to Pre K
OMG. I don't know why but this "little" became my "biggie"! My brain was going nuts trying to figure this space out. I ended up making the paper rack in the middle of the pegboard because I just couldn't afford the plastic bins. So I used "hobby board" strips from Home Depot. I plan to make another one for the forward facing book display on another wall. The baskets are attached with pegboard hooks and were from the thrift store (yay!). My favorite part is the thimble display case (thrift…
Playful Learning saved to Young Writers
Writing centre. Samples of what students can work on include: Letter writing List making Story writing Start a Topic book (a book all about topic of student's choice) Comic strips Card making... All materials available for students at one location.
All about teaching preschool! Great ideas for preschool activities, standards-based curriculum, preschool assessments, and documentation.
Jennifer Cox saved to preschool
A personalized writing ritual can prime your mind and clear away distractions so you can more easily slip into a state of creative focus. By doing certain things before every session, you create triggers that send cues to your brain that it's time to write. To create your own writing ritual that will help you get into the zone and write faster, follow the tips in this post. Super helpful for NaNoWriMo!
Kristen Kieffer saved to The Writer's Sandbox