Rachel Hall

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Primary informational mentor text suggested book list for ask and answering question- teaching questioning and inference skills- RI.1.1, RI.2.1, RI.3.1

Books: Primary informational mentor text suggested book list for ask and answering question- teaching questioning and inference skills-

Writing Workshop Letter to Parents {Editable} FREEBIE This is a letter that I send home to parents that tells a little about my Writing Workshop and my expectations of writing that is sent home. Great for kindergarten, and grade classrooms.

Help your students write about their reading authentically and independently! These free comprehension strategy mini books include pages for making connections asking questions, visualizing, and making predictions.

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Today, I’m sharing some fun pages for teaching Magic e words. You may have seen the white crayon trick where you can color or paint over it to “magically” reveal a hidden word {see my sight word example}. Well, we’re doing that with “magic e” today! If you’re looking for even more silent e/magic e activities for …

Today, I’m sharing some fun pages for teaching Magic e words. You may have seen the white crayon trick where you can color or paint over it to “magically” reveal a hidden word see my sight word example. Well, we’re doing that with “magic e” today!

This Writer’s Office provides the privacy most writers need in order focus on their writing and not be distracted by what is happing around them. The office also contains visual tools that will aid students move through the writing process with increasing independence. You can create a class set, laminate for durability, and have them for years. Or, you may want to make a few to put in your writing center.

Writing Process poster to hang up in classroom. I think this would be great as it is very kid-friendly. I like the terms it uses to describe each step/process. It will really help students understand the writing process easier.