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These engaging templates are great when printed on sticky notes or onto Astrobrights copy paper and taped into student interactive notebooks to help students track the writing process and VOICES (six traits of writing). Elementary & middle school students can find great success with accomplish writing compositions. These writing check... #Checklists #Dental Health Adults #Dental Health For Kids #Dental Health Kindergarten #Oral Care Clean Teeth #Oral Care Display #Oral Care Routine #Writing
Funny Picture Writing Prompts | HoJo's Teaching Adventures, LLC
Funny Picture Writing Prompts can be a LOT of fun in your 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade classroom or homeschool! Click through to see where to find a HUGE collection of funny picture prompts that you can use with your students at ANY time. You'll also find grading tips and more!
Adverbs Anchor Chart
This adverbs anchor chart is designed for upper elementary students. The full-page color anchor chart is ready to print and display in your classroom. As an incredible bonus feature, a smaller, blackline version is included that students can glue into their own writing or language notebooks! This allows them to refer to the anchor chart throughout the school year as needed!
Keeping Up with Mrs Harris
Nouns, verbs, adjectives, pronouns...oh my! ☺ Tackle those ELA parts of speech standards with ease! This pack is designed to print on cardstock and add a magnet to the back to use on your white board while reviewing and writing sentences. Use the parts of speech to label and identify sentence structure.
Interactive Language Wall Pieces by Hello Fifth
Are you looking for a way to get grammar in the hands of your students so that they are able to visually apply rules to tangible writing samples? Having a language wall, complete with moveable pieces, will allow your writers to think grammatically and logically as they manipulate all the components of good writing.
Interactive Language Wall Pieces to Build Grammar Skills
Are you looking for a way to get grammar in the hands of your students so that they are able to visually apply rules to tangible writing samples? Having a language wall, complete with movable pieces, will allow your writers to think grammatically and logically as they manipulate all the components of good writing.