Teaching writing elementary
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Do you have struggling writers who just don't seem to be growing? Do you have reluctant writers who don't seem to get much writing completed? In every class that I have ever taught, there has
Dianne Lederman saved to School
Writing doesn’t have to be hard. Whenever I talk to fellow teachers about what they HATE teaching… it always seems to be writing. Why is that? I theorize that it’s because writing is very personal. There’s no cut and dry methods that work for ALL students. It is also time consuming to teach AND especially […]
Julie Anderson saved to Teaching
How to teach writing strategies to kids - ideas and activities for elementary students #teachingwriting #writing #1stgrade #2ndgrade #3rdgrade
Amy Koepplin-Hedstrom saved to Homeschooling Ideas
Great post outlining 5 ridiculously easy ways to improve your student's writings. Will def have to implement some of these in my writing workshop!
Cheryl Adams saved to English/Writing
Happy February! Time for Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner Pick 3 Linky! Here are my top three pins that I'll use in the classroom this month. I guess number one needs to be this video of snowflake making. It is particularly good for early elementary. It shows many snowflake photographs, explains how snowflakes are made and shows them being formed in the lab, and introduces Dr. Libbrecht, a physicist at Caltech and leading expert on snowflakes. It's a must for any discussion or…
It's hard to teach students how to expand their sentences. The book 'A Cow on the Couch' is the perfect activity for expanding sentences.
Kristina Reynolds saved to holidays
Check out these FREE writing lessons from two experienced teachers - you'll find resources for teaching writing in preschool, kindergarten, first, and second grade!
Kelly Darrock saved to Teaching
Help your students expand their writing skills with these teaching ideas on writing a paragraph before they need to know how to write a multi-paragraph.
Dawn Rodman saved to Writing
When setting up a classroom or homeschool writing center, there are FIVE things that I found useful for writing success. These items provide your students with the necessary tools to get ready to write effectively throughout the year. Below, I've put together 5 essential things every writing center needs!
Michelle Overman saved to Classroom
This FREE set of story writing templates supports emergent writers by scaffolding the story structure and encouraging detailed descriptions. Great for writing centers or literacy work!
The Class Couple saved to Elementary Writing