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Most students have a dream of what they’d like to be when they grow up – so use that dream to get your students writing about careers and work! These prompts for writing about careers will provide you and your students with a starting point for all of your work-related expository essays. #CareerWritingPrompts #WritingPromptsOnCareers #PromptsforWriting
Have you noticed that middle schoolers love to be interactive and hands on with educational activities? This colorful writing prompt lesson plan does just that! This writing prompt activity actually has 20 different prompts for students to choose from and you can build a chain as a class or for individual student projects.
Incorporate a little bit of writing into your science classroom with these engaging printable and digital science writing prompts! This informational writing activity will help your students show what they know about vertebrate & invertebrate animals, their structures & functions, classifications, and so much more. It's perfect for science centers!
Paragraph of the Week helps students construct a clear, concise, and organized paragraph. This daily, scaffolded approach to paragraph writing is perfect to help get your students writing good, solid, detailed paragraphs. Students will write one weekly paragraph, focusing on the organization and for...
Very little inspires more curiosity than space. From telescopes that let us see the planets to the rockets that take us to the stars, space and space travel are the things that were borne of the imagination, and these expository writing prompts on space and planets are sure to get your student’s imaginations running wild. #WritingPrompts #WritingPromptsAboutSpace #SpaceAndPlanets
Sentence Writing Worksheets: 100 themed sentences for writing practice worksheets 100 themed story starter worksheets Every worksheet has a student self monitoring checklist. Back to School, Summer, Spring, Winter and Fall themes!!
Teach capitalization rules with this simple activity from The Measured Mom for kids in first, second, and third grade. This free game is engaging and fun.
Teach students how to have fun with figurative language by reading aloud these books with alliteration! #figurativelanguage
Fun handwriting activities for kids that even reluctant kids will enjoy.
Free Ideas- A blog post to show how to teach topic sentences effectively. It also includes indents! Designed by Rockin Resources