Treats for Our Sweets!
I am so excited to be participating with my FREEBIELICIOUS FRIENDS! We are all providing you with some fabulous freebies while trick-or-tr...
100 Writing Prompts for Students Who Don't Know What to Write About
Print journal writing prompts on sticker labels so students can stick them right inside their journals!
Persuasive Writing and a Freebie!
We started our persuasive writing in March and the kids are becoming experts at it. Now, they try to persuade me to give them extra recess and free time! Our first persuasive writing was done with the story, Hey, Little Ant. It’s a story about a boy who was planning to step on an ant since all of his friends were doing the same. The little ant tries to convince the boy not to step on him and gives him a multitude of reasons why he shouldn't be squished. The best part is that the book is left…
The Recess Queen [Freebie]
Enjoy this written response activity to go with The Recess Queen for FREE! Have a great start to the school year!
A Structured Book Report
This book report includes prompts in order to provide structure for students when they write a book report. The book report has large lines for writing, which is great for students with special needs. The product is an editable Word (.docx) file, allowing teachers to add or delete writing lines an...
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Abraham Lincoln Writing, Paragraph/Sentence Starters Black History Month Digital
These Abraham Lincoln writing organizers and sentence starters/frames can be used to help your little writers write an informational report or biography. This is perfect when you write about Abraham Lincoln, President's Day, Famous Americans, or when writing about American Heroes.
Teaching With Terhune
To keep the anchor charts that I have been teaching out on display I have added a space in the back of my classroom to display them. I have hot glued clothes pins to the wall so I can easily clip them up and change them out to keep them on display. Since I have started to make more and more anchor charts I had to think of a way to store them. I have used hooks and hangers to hang them up. I also printed out labels to easily find the charts I am looking for.
It’s been several months since my last blog post. But, no excuses! Just happy to share again… We just started really getting into non-fiction in my class. Although my students have been exposed to non-fiction texts all year, I am now on a mission to make them “Non-Fiction Know-It-Alls”! My district will be adopting the…