Showing vs. Telling Writing Anchor Chart! This blog post also contains a FREE Show Don't Tell Bingo game!

Show, Don't Tell: A FREE Writing Lesson

One of my all-time favorite writing topics focuses on writing showing sentences instead of telling sentences. The anchor chart below highlights the difference between a showing sentence and a telling

Story sequencing and writing lesson plan from Lakeshore Learning! Aligned for Common Core Language: Writing for 1st & 2nd grade.

ESL Story sequencing and writing lesson plan from Lakeshore Learning! Aligned for Common Core Language: Writing for & grade.

Writing Workshop Anchor Charts--try the FREEBIE! Buy individually or purchase the bundle and SAVE!:

EDITABLE Writing Workshop Anchor Charts BUNDLE (Writing Anchor Charts)

Anchor Charts for Elementary Grades on TpT! Each Anchor Chart file includes an individual student size page and larger pieces to cut out and glue to large poster paper to create a super easy anchor chart you can reuse over and over! Individual o

Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates!  Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly!  This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.

Writing Mini Lesson #2- Complete Sentences

Great teaching tips and ideas for writing in complete sentences and using subjects and predicates! Subjects and predicates go together like peanut butter and jelly! This is a series of writing lessons with links to other sentence structure activities.

Blog post of writing tips, plus 30 writing lessons for the beginning of first grade chart (free)

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This lesson will focus on writing COMPLETE SENTENCES using subjects and predicates. Writing in complete sentences is the first basic writing lesson every student should learn. Sentence structure is important to help students write in journals, responses to reading, paragraphs, essays, book reports and so much more. It will lay the foundation for good writing practices throughout the year! These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s…

Writing Mini Lesson #2- Complete Sentences

This lesson will focus on writing COMPLETE SENTENCES using subjects and predicates. Writing in complete sentences is the first basic writing lesson every student should learn. Sentence structure is important to help students write in journals, responses to reading, paragraphs, essays, book reports and so much more. It will lay the foundation for good writing practices throughout the year! These ideas are ideal for any writing curriculum and are a part of a series of mini lessons for writer’s…

These 10 tips will help your struggling or reluctant writers to grow during writing lessons and writing workshop!

10 Ways to Help Struggling Writers

Teaching writing in middle and high school? It can be tough to figure out how to scaffold instruction for struggling writers. In this post, read about 14 different ways you can differentiate your writing lesson plans to provide students with opportunities for success.

14 Ways to Support Struggling Writers: Build Confidence and Increase Success

Teaching writing in middle and high school? It can be tough to figure out how to scaffold instruction for struggling writers. In this post, read about 14 different ways you can differentiate your writing lesson plans to provide students with opportunities for success.

Handwriting Workbook (lower case letters) - CC L.K.1You will find: Teaching tips on how to structure the lessons 5 different cover pages (black & white easier to copy) 4 worksheets for each letter 6 worksheets for the entire alphabet 2 ruled sheets 2 ruled sheets with name tags 11 I CAN WRITE worksheets 1 set of A4 flashcards 6 Reach-For-The-Stars certificatesDownload the preview to see more about this product.This workbook is a set of worksheets to learn and consolidate handwriting fine...

Handwriting Workbook (lower case letters) - CC L.K.1

This FREE Wonder reading activity goes along with the novel and is perfect for your 4th, 5th, 6th, and home school students. Use for your English language arts, reading, or writing lesson. This extension printable activity will get your students thinking for themselves about why they are a wonder, and it comes with a page of teacher tips and strategies. Use for individual work, centers or stations, morning work, or early and fast finishers. {fourth, fifth, sixth graders, ELA, freebie}

This FREE Wonder reading activity goes along with the novel and is perfect for your 4th, 5th, 6th, and home school students. Use for your English language arts, reading, or writing lesson. This extension printable activity will get your students thinking for themselves about why they are a wonder, and it comes with a page of teacher tips and strategies. Use for individual work, centers or stations, morning work, or early and fast finishers. {fourth, fifth, sixth graders, ELA, freebie}

Free resources to start teaching your students how to solve word analogies.

Everything You Need to Start Teaching Analogies

Free resources to start teaching your students how to solve word analogies.

The Giving Tree Shel Silverstein Idea Web Worksheet Creative Writing Lesson Plans

The Giving Tree Lesson Plans: Shel Silverstein

I have the Giving Tree book in my office and I've read it to students. This worksheet will go great as an activity. The Giving Tree Shel Silverstein Idea Web Worksheet Creative Writing Lesson Plans

Check out this blog post to get ideas for writing lessons and activities on word choice, connotation, tone, sensory imagery and figurative language,

Writing Lessons: teach your students how word choice affects meaning with these engaging and meaningful activities.

40 Writing Prompts (Research, Persuasive, Informative, Narrative, and Vocabulary) to celebrate the holidays in December! Also includes rubric, brainstorm, and story starters. For middle and high school ELA

Christmas Writing for Teens: Choice Menu with 40+ Prompts {December}

40 Writing Prompts (Research, Persuasive, Informative, Narrative, and Vocabulary) to celebrate the holidays in December! Also includes rubric, brainstorm, and story starters. For middle and high school ELA

These writing lessons and activities stress the importance of word choice and will inspire your students to improve their writing skills.

Writing Lessons: Word Choice

Writing lessons and activities for middle and high school English: these paper and digital exercises stress the importance of word choice and will inspire your students to improve their writing.

Writing Lessons! Main Idea and Persuasive... by Mrs Wenning's Classroom | Teachers Pay Teachers

Writing Lessons! Main Idea and Persuasive Writing Lesson Plan Pack

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