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Focus sticks- a great tool to use to help students with writing.  FREE printables to make your own focus sticks for your classroom.  Free corresponding classroom posters!

Focus Sticks

Resources: Free printables for creating your own classroom set of focus sticks. Helps students pay attention to different features in writing. Free classroom posters to match too!

FREE poster: help for recognizing lower case letters. Chicken letters, giraffe letters and monkey letters.

What do you think of this kind of stuff, Larkin? I know Mihal uses this method with her kids. Free Printable for Writing Help - Chicken, Giraffe, and Monkey Letters

Letter Learning https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075C661CM

Letter Learning https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B075C661CM

Handwriting Practice pages laminated and use a wet erase marker! Do they even do handwriting anymore bc so many kids need it!

handwriting practice as part of centers: laminate a set of handwriting worksheets & place in a binder with expo marker/eraser. This would be great for practicing cursive.

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!

Contraction caterpillar...so cute! I can imagine making a GIANT class caterpillar, each student contributing a few segments!

This is a contraction caterpillar! This is a good idea for teaching contractions so that students can visually see how two words make up a contraction.

Magnified Words - kids use a magnifying glass to read sight words written in teeny font...the kids will flip for this!

Magnified Words - kids use a magnifying glass to read sight words written in teeny font.the kids will flip for this! Perfect for sightwords, spelling words or morning work!

What a great way to practice letter formation as well as recognition!  Genius!

ABC bingo -- Print, laminate and use dry erase markers to trace 4 in a row to win - links to other bingo cards

Roll the dice, read that line to your partner. Then switch. Great letter naming practice. Change to sight words.

abc fluency game with dice. Roll die and read the appropriate row as fast as they can. Later do sounds instead. One all lowercase, one capitals, one mixed. Could do with numbers too!

writing for all age levels.....Whole Brain Teaching: Amazing Kindergarten Writing! - YouTube

Whole Brain Teaching: Amazing Kindergarten Writing! Awesome video on how to teach students how to write complete sentences, paragraphs and essays!

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