has all that you will need to set up a successful writing center in your classroom. Includes posters, labels to make your own bigger anchor charts, writing sheets for students to write (all different types of writing).
More ideas for supporting guided writing during small group instruction (and keeping a notebook of work). like the idea of using the sticker dots to count sounds and then write letters.REALLY LOVE THE STICKER DOTS IDEA!
Use this growing Writing Checklist to create independent writers during Writing Workshop! Begin with just one item on the checklist, and use the corresponding paper with that same checklist item at the top. Continue to add items and change papers, as the
Add labels to pictures. Have the kids turn and talk about why it's important to label things. We decided that labels help us know what is inside of a box, and labels help us know what pictures are in our illustrations. We made this label anchor chart.
Divide a bulletin board up into the four main animal habitats. Choose an appropriate boarder. Have students draw their favorite wild animal on a piece of paper and have them place it in the correct habitat.