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Elementary writing

Spark your elementary students' imagination and develop their writing skills with these creative writing ideas. Encourage them to express their thoughts and ideas through storytelling and free writing.
English, Middle School Writing, Humour, Teaching Writing Elementary, Homeschool Writing, Elementary Writing, 5th Grade Writing, Teaching Writing, Teaching Reading

Analyzing writing curriculums, planning writing workshop and teaching writing lessons can be overwhelming. You might think, how am I going to fit everything in and produce successful writers? Where do I start? What skills do they need? This post will share the 7 BASIC WRITING LESSONS that every teacher should teach! With this basic knowledge, students will be able to perform other writing assignments more effectively. The following skills are not only effective in upper elementary, they are…

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Olivia Shaul
Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing. Second Grade Writing, Ela Writing, Essay Writing Skills, Elementary Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Writing Introductions Anchor Chart, Narrative Writing Third Grade, Texts

Sentence Starters and Transitions Anchor Chart for Informational Writing! Helps Grade 1-3 students transition from their topic sentence, to points, facts, and closing. Great support for independent writing.

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Raise The Bar Reading
Daily Writing Prompts, Ela Writing, Writing Strategies, Paragraph Writing, Writing Lessons, Writing Center, Writing Ideas, Writing Workshop, Writing Feedback

Hi Friends! Confession time…writing is my LEAST favorite subject to teach. I know, I know…teachers shouldn’t have favorites! In all seriousness, teaching writing to first graders was not my favorite subject to teach. I was in a place where I thought, “If it’s boring to me, isn’t it boring for them?” I desperately needed to spice things up. That year I made it my professional goal to improve my writing instruction. I spent time reading, researching best practices and developing a system that…

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