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Saturday, September 29, Planning a Giveaway It just creeped up on me I can't believe I have over followers: Thank you to everyone that follows my little ol' blog.
Since I began this journey in July, the blogging world has really revolutionized my teaching and I can't thank you all enough! My sweet friend Kelly from Teaching Fourth has already volunteered. So, please leave a comment if you could help me out. I would be so grateful!!
I would like to start the giveaway Saturday, October 6th. I have several blogging friends that have so generously agreed to donate a product for my giveaway! See the awesome list of bloggers in the comments.
I can always use more volunteers too: I have created this button in anticipation of this giveaway! We just finished our third full week of school and have gone full swing into implementing three components of Daily 5 Read to Self, Read to Someone, and Work on Writing.
My 4th grade students have really had a tough time with writing stamina and we have only been working on "easy" writing topics. I started strategies from Step-Up to Writing this week. I love this resource that our district has implemented for about 10 years now!
Does anyone else out there use it? I also made up this writing notebook rubric based on Aimee Buckner's rubric in the Notebook-Know How: Strategies for the Writer's Notebook. Students glued it to the inside cover of their journals to refer to throughout the year.
I plan to use this rubric to grade their journals every 5 weeks. How do you assess your writing journals?
I think it will help making students accountable for finishing their entries and taking their CUPS capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling more serious.
They are so relaxed with grammar at this time of year! So backing up three weeks We decorated writing journals and they are a big hit. Students really seem to love their journals. You can read about them here.The Polar Express book title page,Acrostic Form:Christmas, Primary lined Writing worksheets Merry Christmas, and Christmas writing worksheets with Writing Prompt Thanksgiving Step Up To Writing Step Up To Writing template with Thanksgiving turkey to write paragraph about Thanksgiving with topic sentence, details and reasons, and .
Step up to writing for kids 1. Step Up To Writing Student Version:Basic, Practical and HelpfulInstruction About Writing 2. Step Up To Writing is About • Showing you the process • Helping you through the process • Letting you work through the process on your own 3.
Careful proofreading is an important step in the writing process. After guided practice using a provided worksheet that details common grammar concepts, young writers refer to the worksheet as they proofread their own work. Writing Stories Worksheets and Printables. Whether your child is a born storyteller or a reluctant writer, these narrative writing worksheets are filled with helpful .
Step Up To Writing template Colored Paragraph writing templates for write one paragraph or multiple paragraph essays. Step up to writing template with topic sentence, details, facts, and . Young authors examine a clay figure in order to learn about the 6+1 Trait writing process.
They consider how the art was made or buit up step-by-step, they then write about a process in their own lives that occurs in a similar way.