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Creative Writing Tubs

A fantastic value class kit packed full of unique, topical tubs containing a selection of engaging objects, artefacts and characters to inspire both fiction and non fiction writing.

Using bandaids as a writing prompt... Kids love to talk about skinned knees, bruises, stitches & broken bones. They also love bandaids -I'm not sure why! Have students write about a time that t...

Ouch! Stories

Personal Narrative-Students write about a time they got hurt (Ouch Stories). Use bandaids as artwork when they publish their stories.

Read it build it write it interactive display

Read it build it write it interactive display

Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. (good ideas for handwriting practice, too) www.secondstorywi...

Daily 5 Work on Writing-Monthly Resources

Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Daily 5 Work on Writing- Monthly Resources. Someone suggested to us that these would also be good ideas for handwriting practice!

Writing props for sentence writing in our literacy area

Writing props for sentence writing in our literacy area

Streaching a sentence

Teacher's Pet - Stretching a Sentence Poster - FREE Classroom Display Resource…

Student autobiographies..love this for the first week of school. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

Silhouette Autobiographies and Read Across America

Silhouettes and Student autobiographies.love this for the first week of school. Possibly have 2 writing samples one from beginning of year and one from the end?

The beginnings of my Mark making display in FS2

The beginnings of my Mark making display

Mark making on pictures of us! EYFS

Mark making on pictures of us!

I like to share teaching ideas, resources, and tips for the primary classroom with a splash of activities I try with my own children at home.

Ten Pin Linky - Writing Ideas

Friendly letter song to the tune of "Incy Wincy Spider" or maybe you know it better as "Itsy Bitsy Spider" A great idea to remember the layout of a letter when teaching someone.

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