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Fourth grade writing

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Fourth grade writing. Get inspired and try out new things.
These fun new 4th grade writing prompts are certain to spark interesting responses from your fourth graders! Whether they're writing about exploring a new planet, a studious squirrel or some mysterious bubbles, your fourth graders will be thinking, spelling and writing. Prompts are aligned with our fourth grade spelling word list.

Use these engaging fourth grade writing prompts to stimulate some great ideas and outcomes! Kids will practice valuable spelling and language skills, too.

Higher Order Thinking Questions Freebie for fiction AND non-fiction reading responses! Love this list!

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Informative Writing is one of the most important types of writing we teach our students. In this post I'm sharing 5 tips for How to Teach Informative Writing and details about the Informational Writing Mini-Unit resources created for kindergarten, 1st and 2nd grade students. #informationalwriting #firstgradewriting #secondgradewriting #literacycenters

I'm sharing 5 tips for How to Teach Informative Writing & details about the Informative Writing Mini-Units that have ALL you need to teach informational writing to your K, 1st or 2nd grade students.

Understanding and identifying theme is a higher-order skill that often leaves many students scratching their heads. Use these tips, examples, and resources from Presto Plans to help you along the way. This free bulletin board and activity helps students differentiate between topic and theme by having them write a thematic statement in the form of a social media post (140 characters or less) with a relevant topic hashtag. 📌 Please re-pin 😍💞 identifying thesis statement activities, descriptiv

Understanding and identifying theme is a higher-order skill that often leaves many students scratching their heads. Use these tips, examples, and resources from Presto Plans to help you along the way. This free bulletin board and activity helps students differentiate between topic and theme by having them write a thematic statement in the form of a social media post (140 characters or less) with a relevant topic hashtag. 📌 Please re-pin 😍💞 identifying thesis statement activities…

Look at these! All-new daily writing lessons for Grade 3, 4 & 5 are designed to introduce your students to a variety of writing styles and to a number of different types of creative expression.  The prompts focus on unique genres and ask your students to develop an array of skills as they craft reports based on interviews, descriptive essays, poetry, reflections, persuasive essays, short stories, and reviews.

Use these 35 new writing lessons to expose your students to a variety of writing styles & to figure out what type of writing they like best!