5th grade writing
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Teaching 5th grade writing doesn't have to be stressful or overwhelming. This blog post will give you my step-by-step guide for teaching your 5th graders to write like pros!
Teachology saved to The Write Stuff
Did you think teaching students to write would be a snap? I mean, you are a college-educated, certified individual. How hard could it possibly be? Well, it’s a challenge, especially when just starting out. In my classroom,
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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
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Here is a super fun and easy group activity you can try to teach your students complete sentences and beyond.
Megan Bunker saved to 3rd grade writing
Description Paragraph writing just got easier! Whether you need print or digital, these ready-to-use pages (and slides) are an effective way to help your students learn all about writing a paragraph. WHAT’S INCLUDED: ✍️ PRINT: 60 different writing prompts (20 opinion, 20 informative, & 20 narrative) Brainstorming Pages Organizing and Planning Pages First Draft Pages Revision & Editing Pages Final Draft Pages Publishing Pages DIGITAL: Google Slides Easel Activity DIFFERENTIATION OPTIONS…
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Teaching writing to fifth graders doesn't have to be intimidating. This post details exactly how I teach writing in 5th grade.
Writing anchor chart for revising and editing! This chart helped my third graders revise and edit their writing during Writing Workshop.
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Looking for 5th grade anchor charts? Try some of these anchor charts in your classroom to promote visual learning with your students.
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As adult writers, we have a clear idea of how we each personally attack a piece of writing. For me, I know that I tend to spend a lot of time collecting information, using sticky
Ann Culver saved to Writing