Chocolate Covered Dessert Charcuterie Board
Take your dessert party to the next level with this Chocolate Covered Dessert Board. Loaded with delicious sweet treats that are all chocolate-dipped and decorated, this dessert board is a chocolate lover's dream!
Poetry Writing Unit for Primary Grades — Keeping My Kiddo Busy
POETRY and figurative language in kindergarten and first grade - writing centers - small groups - reading and writing activities for the entire year - try FREEBIES #kindergarten #poetry #kindergartenwriting #firstgrade
Improve your students’ word choice with these synonym thesaurus charts! There are several common words with 14 synonyms to enhance their writing! Use these charts in journals, on binder rings or print the thesaurus booklet! Perfect for second to sixth grade students!
The Colorful Apple
Friday Journals offer a way for students to share their learning with their families and practice their letter writing at the same time!
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Opinion Writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit"
Hi, friends! We're in the home stretch! Just a few more weeks! Since we just wrapped up our opinion unit, I thought I'd post all about how we used one of our favorite stories to
Here you will find a collection of anchor charts that have been helpful in my classroom. To find the post related to the anchor chart click ...
10 Things to Remember When Writing a Narrative | Book Units Teacher
Teaching students to write a good narrative is an ongoing process. Begin by teaching character traits, point of view/perspective, setting, theme, plot development, and so on. Students need a basic…
Awesome Autobiographies in the Upper Grades
"Today, we're going to write an autobiography in class. Okay, I want you to take ten minutes and brainstorm as much as you can about your life then write a one page paper. You will start with an introduction, and the body of your paper will be in chronological order, beginning with your earlier childhood and evolving into who you are, and who you want to become. You must have a catchy ending as well. Got it? Good! You may begin." (As I stare upon overwhelmed, confused, and stressed fifth…
Creating Independent Writers
Writing Workshop can be one of the most challenging times during the day for our Kindergarten students, but not with these great writing tips, writing activities, and writing FREEBIES! This growing writing checklist is one of our favorite Kindergarten
Story of my Name Writing
Today I'm sharing one of my favourite tasks for building community in the classroom. Students are able to share an important aspect of themselves (the story of their name) with the class and with me, their teacher. Through this task we are also working on important skills, like reading comprehension, writing, and reflection. Day 1 To begin, I asked my students to write any name they wish they had on a sticky note. They then placed it in a mason jar. I read my class the story "The Name Jar"…
Books that Teach About the Writing Process
If you teach writing to K-5 learners, this book list has over 15 books to help you teach young writers all about the writing process.
Fostering the Home-School Connection Through Friday Letters
Friday letters offer so many insights into your students and keep parents connected to your classroom. See how I teach students to manage them themselves.