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Category:Writing
How to Fix a Run-On Sentence

How to Fix a Run-On Sentence

You've assigned your students a writing prompt, but when you check on their writing process, you see the following: missing punctuation, no capitalization, and a jumble of words in need of organization! It's time to stop run-on sentences in their tracks! How can you...

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13 Mentor Texts for Teaching Narrative Writing

13 Mentor Texts for Teaching Narrative Writing

Here's the thing about narrative writing- for some students it is completely effortless. The words just flow and they can craft these amazing and creative tales without a ton of guidance. However, in every classroom, you'll find students who are just completely...

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Essential Literacy Centers In First Grade

Essential Literacy Centers In First Grade

When we look at our 1st grade students we may sometimes think they're too young for centers. It's a lot of independence and personal responsibility for some of our littlest learners! So why have literacy centers in first grade? Research shows us that centers provide...

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An Easy Way to Introduce Informational Writing in 2nd Grade

An Easy Way to Introduce Informational Writing in 2nd Grade

We all know 2nd grade students LOVE to share information! However, they often seem to find it harder to get information about a researched topic on paper. A GREAT way to introduce informational writing is through the use of mentor texts. An easy and effective format...

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13 Mentor Texts for Friendly Letter Writing

13 Mentor Texts for Friendly Letter Writing

Dear Teacher, We love using mentor texts in the classroom to showcase a special skill for our students. This list is filled with mentor texts that model writing a friendly letter. There are even books on the list that make cross-curricular connections with science,...

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How to Teach Friendly Letter Writing

How to Teach Friendly Letter Writing

Friendly letter writing can be a fun and engaging topic for young writers. There are many resources and strategies that will help students become confident and skilled letter writers! Check out the list below for just some of the ways to help your class become the...

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Back to Basics: Letter Formation for 2nd Grade

Back to Basics: Letter Formation for 2nd Grade

More and more teachers have been talking about how they are seeing student letter formation getting worse and worse. Is this due to missing in-school handwriting instruction? Or maybe it's due to the large amount of tech being used in daily life? Whatever the reason,...

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New & Fun Ways to Teach Contractions

New & Fun Ways to Teach Contractions

The time has come to teach contractions! Teaching contractions can be fun and engaging for students (and their teachers)! Read below for tips & resources that will rock your contractions instruction! Tips & Tricks for Teaching Contractions First off, exactly...

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14 Mentor Texts to Introduce Opinion Writing

14 Mentor Texts to Introduce Opinion Writing

You know that your students have a lot of opinions. Getting them to write those opinions in a logical and succinct way can be tough. One of the best ways to introduce opinion writing is to model how beloved authors share their opinions through the use of mentor texts....

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Groundhog's Day is coming February 2nd!

 

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