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Are your students having a hard time ending their personal narrative or expository writing pieces? These writing conclusions anchor charts are helpful with providing a variety of ways to close their writing for their reader! Get 16 different ways to end your writing in an interesting and intriguing way! #writingworkshop #anchorcharts #writingconclusions #narrative #expository #conclusions
These writing graphic organizers are great supports for your students in the prewriting stage of the writing process! So helpful in getting students to work independently during writers workshop or readers workshop in all types of writing. Great to use for teaching all types of writing in writing centers as well as for a writing bulletin board display in your classroom! Hamburger Paragraph Writing Model
This NO PREP detailed writing program is a COMPLETE writing workshop with step-by-step mini lessons to guide you through a year of writing. Every lesson builds upon the previous skill within one piece of writing, which give students a thorough understanding of how to put a quality piece of writing together. Available in Grade 1, Grade 2, Grade 3, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, and Grade 8. Mentor Text, anchor charts, checklists, rubrics, writing prompts, and so much more!
Paragraph of the Week is the perfect way to teach, practice, and master Paragraph Writing (Paragraph Structure). 60 Writing Prompts, Writing Rubrics, Revising and Editing Checklists, and Drafting Pages...all Editable. | 5th Grade Writing | 6th Grade Writing | 4th Grade Writing | 3rd Grade Writing
FREE Topic Sentences Activity! I wrote eight short paragraphs and taped them each to a bag. Then, groups went around the room and wrote topic sentences for each of the paragraphs. They put their sentences in the bags, and later we pulled them out and read the huge variety of topic sentences that they had written. It was a super successful lesson, and it connected well with our main idea reading skill, too!
This step-by-step sentence structure and paragraph writing resource covers subjects, predicates, complete sentences, fragments, run-ons, FANBOYS, topic sentences, rockin' beginnings, relevant details, transition words, closing sentences, and clinchers through a variety of paragraph activities! Learn paragraph structure through the paragraph anchor charts, use interactive notebooks, and practice with task cards and worksheets!