WRITING - Anchor Charts

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Opinion Writing Anchor Chart

Ten Pin Linky - Writing Ideas

I'm back for another week of the Ten Pin Linky with Ashley from Just Reed. This week's focus is on Writing. I have to admit that

Insects - are, can, and have chart. I have seen several of these type of anchor charts and wonder what do you call them?

A Bug's Life

As I mentioned in my last post, this week in first grade was all about bugs. Which was actually appropriate because everything, and I mean E...

Opinion writing chart

Happy Veterans Day and Many More!

It has been awhile since my last post...but it has been a busy time. A load has been lifted with our school's levy passed, so that means job is safe for the next 5 years unless our state does something weird. That aside...we have been busy in room 204! Especially this Veterans Day. I feel like these holidays are important to focus on with my students so they can learn to respect and honor these days early on. My students had already read the book The Wall by Eve Bunting and had several…

formula for informational writing...could help with expository writing about social studies or science topics

Writing Curriculum | Kinder-6th Grade Elementary Writing

Teaches elementary students to effectively write informative, narrative, and persuasive essays as well as meeting the demands of state standards.

The three different types of Common Core Writing

Common Core Writing

Common Core writing shares many similarities with writing that has been required in the past. One of the major differences in the inclusion of something called opinion writing. At the lower grades this is what this type of writing is called. At the middle school grade levels and higher, it is called argument writing. How is opinion/argument writing different? Rather than only stating an opinion, students are expected to provide the contrasting viewpoint about a topic (this requirement is at…

The three different types of Common Core Writing

Common Core Writing

Common Core writing shares many similarities with writing that has been required in the past. One of the major differences in the inclusion of something called opinion writing. At the lower grades this is what this type of writing is called. At the middle school grade levels and higher, it is called argument writing. How is opinion/argument writing different? Rather than only stating an opinion, students are expected to provide the contrasting viewpoint about a topic (this requirement is at…

Adjective Fun

3rdgradegridiron.com

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Details anchor chart

Got Detail? (in your writing)

When my students start needing a little help with more detail in their writing/drawing, I remind them to think about their 5 senses. Here is a picture of the poster we made together that hangs in our writing center. Amber

4th Grade~ Types of Writing

Classroom Makeover Beginnings

I finished getting my room ready for the summer yesterday. Everything is stacked, put away, and off the floor, ready to be waxed. I've decided to give my room a total makeover. In the past I've had posters all over the place of things I thought were important for the kids to see: reading strategies, writing strategies, test-taking skills, etc. All of the things most of us put up. But when I asked the kids if they liked the posters, they said they loved them and used them a lot, but they felt…

Historical Fiction

We're Baaaack!

Ok, just because I've been gone from 'blogging land' doesn't mean we haven't been working hard in 4B. I've definitely been documenting a lot of what we've been doing! To start, it was clear to me that our old way of peer conferencing just wasn't working. Kids seemed to be goofing around, not really helping each other, and it was a waste of everyone's time. It frustrated me when most of my one-on-one conference time was spent managing unruly PEER conferences. I knew something had to change. I…

Writing checklist

Anchor Charts

Anchor Charts are a great way to help your students learn and remember what has been taught throughout the year. Here are a few charts that we have made in our classroom this year.