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Encourage your children to 'dig deep' for detailed sentences!  See the full image at http://teachr.co/1bnCfMn

Writing: "Digging Deeper" visual aid to encourage detailed sentences. I would use this for younger or middle elementary students who struggle with expanding their ideas and creating complex sentences.

Opinion Writing Unit

Opinion Writing Unit

my students have begged for more! It also comes in two different versions. One version is all the printables to just print and give to students. The other version is shrunk down so that students can glue them in their Writing or

Stretch a Sentence.  Standards used:  4. Produce clear and coherent writing in which the   development and organization are appropriate to task,   purpose, and audience.

Stretch a Sentence. Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development and organization are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience. Seriously need to do this with my co-taught kids

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Differentiating between revising and editing anchor chart. PHOTO CREDIT - Highland Fourth Grade -- but you could easily teach it younger.

Digging deeper in writing bulletin board: this bulletin board goes along with our study of writing sentences at the beginning of the year (adding details, etc.).

Digging deeper in writing bulletin board: this bulletin board goes along with our study of writing sentences at the beginning of the year (adding details, etc. by aftr

Effective Endings for Opinion Writing Notebook Anchor Chart part of Opinion Writing Unit {My Opinion Matters!} Writing Notebook Anchor Charts, Anchor Charts for the Classroom, Rubric, and Checklists

Opinion Writing

Effective Endings for Opinion Writing Notebook Anchor Chart part of Opinion Writing Unit {My Opinion Matters!} Writing Notebook Anchor Charts, Anchor Charts for the Classroom, Rubric, and Checklists:

Character Traits Anchor Chart from Teacher Trap!

Understanding Characters

This article contains some solid ideas for anchor charts, like the one pictured above, for teaching students to think about character development. The visuals and simplicity of the designs make these ideas suitable for use with ELLs.

Photo: www.theclassroomcreative.com

Homophones Anchor Chart: using post-it's, have kids post corresponding homophones with its match. (Just put one of the pair not the anchor.) Now, it becomes an intructional,tool,as well!

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