Year 1 Recount Writing Mini Unit: 10 Writing Lessons - Australian Curriculum Lessons

Wilfrid Gordon McDonald Partridge (Picture Puffins) by Mem Fox--this delightful story only gets better the older you get--worth buying a copy to read to your kids, their kids, your parents, and their parents.

Journal recount planner - a helpful writing activity resource for kids. Great for getting past that blank page.

Writing Activities: Journal Recount Planner

Story wheels..could use for Recount writing..chn draw the events in order they happened then write about each segment of their recounts

These story wheels could be used for Recount Writing. Children draw, then write about each segment they've included in their story wheels, to produce a recount text.

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what, green-where, yellow-why, red-feelings sentence). Co-created with students.

Recount writing anchor charts in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what…

Keep kids writing over the summer with these free holiday journal templates. The fun writing prompts will keep kids motivated to write independently. Checkout more fun journal pages here!

Keep kids writing over the summer with these free holiday journal templates. The fun writing prompts will keep kids motivated to write independently. Checkout more fun journal pages here!

This term students are learning how to write recounts and narratives. This activity requires them to sort out the cards and order them, helping them recognize similarities and differences in structure and purpose. Contact me if you'd like the word doc to save you starting from scratch

This term students are learning how to write recounts and narratives. This activity requires them to sort out the cards and order them, helping them recognize similarities and differences in structure and purpose.

Recount writing after students have interacted with the text. They assessed the piece with the criteria and then identified parts of the criteria with the sticky notes.

Recount writing after students have interacted with the text. They assessed the piece with the criteria and then identified parts of the criteria with the sticky notes.

Recount writing in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what, green-where, yellow-why, red-feelings sentence)

Recount writing in first grade (orange-when, blue-who, pink-what, green-where, yellow-why, red-feelings sentence)

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