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Paragraph writing can be difficult for students. This post talks about my favorite paragraph writing activities and explains how Paragraph of the Week improved my students' writing. Love the writing prompts and writing rubrics!

mrs. prince & co.: Stoplight Paragraphs

Paragraph writing - green strip for topic sentence, yellow for supporting detail sentences, and red for closing sentence. Use three different colors of ink when writing paragraphs on paper of rough draft.

FREE SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPH Lesson~ This fun, print-and-go activity contains a scrambled paragraph with 8 sentences that can be put together only one way. Students use transitions and inferential clues to assemble paragraphs containing a title, topic sentence, three details with support, six (6) sentences, and, a closing sentence or clincher. Like training wheels on a bicycle, working with scrambled paragraphs helps students understand how to write logical, organized paragraphs!

Ready-to-use printables! Just copy and go! This NO PREP activity packet contains an scrambled paragraph that can be put together only one way. Students use transitions and inferential clues to assemble this organized, logical paragraph.

Tips & Tricks Teaching: Guided Reading...in middle school... Lots of great stuff here...guided reading log, common core task cards link, etc

Check it out-Tips Tricks Teaching: Guided Reading.in middle school. Lots of great stuff here.guided reading log, common core task cards link, etc

Step Up to Writing: Paragraphs. Can help students with formatting.

Paragraph - main idea, details, closing sentence (step up to writing)

Love this checklist! Perfect and free! A must use! Paragraph Writing Hamburger Style

Paragraph Writing Hamburger Style-checklist for students

From prompt to final draft, here is a step-by-step process to help your students write opinion, informative, and narrative paragraphs. Especially for first and second grade! Great for paragraph of the week! #paragraphwriting #paragraphoftheweek

The Best Way to Get Your Students to Write Great Paragraphs

From prompt to final draft, here is a step-by-step process to help your students write opinion, informative, and narrative paragraphs. Especially for first and second grade! Great for paragraph of the week!

How to write a paragraph - Give them strips, then they can rearrange the paragraph to find the best order, then copy it down.

Stoplight Paragraphs - great paragraph writing lesson (web with ideas then using traffic light sentence strips to make paragraphs). Title: Stop in the Name of Love Prompt: Write about a person that you love? What make this person special

Free Paragraph Writing resource. Paragraph of the Week is a simple way to get students writing and improve paragraph writing skills.  Try it free!

Paragraph of the Week - Paragraph Writing Practice with Writing Prompts FREE

FREE 10 Paragraph Writing Printables~  Resources include a paragraph poster, prompts, worksheets, and checklists.

FREE 10 Paragraph Writing Printables~ Resources include a paragraph poster, prompts, worksheets, and checklists. I'd take out the part about a paragraph having 5 sentences

Love this!  Seems a bit young, but I think it is good for some upper grades.  Even has student copy in google doc.

Writer's Eyes student copy for Writing folder

Action, Linking & Helping Verbs Interactive Notebook Activity, Foldable, Organizer, Lesson

Teaching Verbs to School-Agers.

FREE Writing Prompts with Themed Paper! What the Teacher Wants!: The wonderful world of writing!

The wonderful world of writing!

FREE Writing Prompts with Themed Paper & rubric! What the Teacher Wants!: The wonderful world of writing!

FREE Spelling Homework Ideas( or use for Word Work/Spelling Center)

Each student chooses a famous person, researches facts about them, then writes a paragraph about them in Spanish, in the first person.  Everyone can read the descriptions, then guess the person.  Lift the papers to find out the person being described.

Each student chooses a famous person, researches facts about them, then writes a paragraph about them in Spanish, in the first person. Everyone can read the descriptions, then guess the person. Lift the papers to find out the person being described.

One Stop Teacher Shop - Teaching Resources for Upper Elementary: How "Paragraph of the Week" Homework Improved My Students' Writing!

Paragraph of the Week: Improve Student Writing

Paragraph writing can be difficult for students. This post talks about my favorite paragraph writing activities and explains how Paragraph of the Week improved my students' writing. Love the writing prompts and writing rubrics!

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