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FREE! Writing Narrative Endings Printable anchor chart- Young Teacher Love by Kristine Nannini

Writing Narrative Endings - Young Teacher Love

I have to be honest. Teaching writing is tough. Each year, I set out to build a community of writers, and it is no easy task. One of the toughest things for my students is writing endings. They always start out with catchy beginnings only to get bogged down and just stop at the end. […]

Strategies for Writing a Story Beginning ~ Free lesson activities for teaching students to write a hook for their narratives.

Writing a Narrative Hook | Book Units Teacher

Strategies for Writing a Story Beginning ~ Free lesson activities for teaching students to write a hook for their narratives.

Opinion Writing Graphic Organizers & Sentence Starters/Frames

Opinion Writing Paragraph Sentence Starters, Digital, ANY Topic, New Year's 2021

Opinion Writing Graphic Organizers & Sentence Starters/Frames

Many kids don’t know what or where to mark when reading another student’s work. Neon revision is an approach that can really help. From "5 Peer Editing and Revising Strategies That Really Work."

5 Peer Editing Strategies That Actually Work For Student Writers - WeAreTeachers

When you ask your students to do peer review of their writing, do they stare at you with puzzled expressions? Here are five specific, hands-on approaches to peer conferencing that your students can really sink their teeth into. Revising and […]

writing cycle anchor chart

Anchor Charts for Writing

If you would've asked me my thoughts about using anchor charts in the classroom a few years ago, I would've said something along the lines of them being more appropriate in a primary room--not so much 4th or 5th grade. I've come to learn that anchor charts are just as necssary in intermediate classrooms--and may even be more beneficial--than in a primary room! Anchor charts are very big in my school and the students here have learned to look for them in their classrooms over the years. My…

Opinion Writing "You Should Try This!" Five Paragraph Essay - This engaging writing unit will guide students through writing a five paragraph essay. Students will state their opinions about an activity or hobby that they enjoy and give reasons, details, and examples why others might want to try the activity. 3rd, 4th, 5th Grades

Opinion Writing "You Should Try This!" Five Paragraph Essay {Common Core}

Opinion Writing: This opinion writing unit will guide students through writing a five paragraph essay. Students will state their opinions about an activity or hobby that they enjoy and give reasons, details, and examples why others might want to try the activity.Included are in this opinion writing ...

Get four great strategies to help youir students create mood in their writing, and make that writing come alive! The post also includes videos and picture prompts.

Teach Students to Create Mood in Writing

Knowing how to create mood in writing is often something students struggle with. Find four instruction tips to use when teaching mood, plus two videos and links to great pictures to use in your writing lessons.

I NEED to make a poster of this!! Writing anchor chart: No Excuses! Always include ending punctuation and begin every sentence with a capital letter!!

Writing anchor chart

I NEED to make a poster of this!! Writing anchor chart: No Excuses! Always include ending punctuation and begin every sentence with a capital letter!!

Quotation Marks Worksheet FREEBIE (Check the blog post to see the anchor chart!)

Quotation Marks Anchor Chart (with FREEBIE)

Teaching students to write dialogue can be tricky. Use this quotation marks anchor chart and worksheet freebie to introduce the concept to your students!

Writing Hooks Posters & Practice Sheets! Perfect for Grades 1-2, but could definitely be used with older students!

FREE Writing Hooks: Narrative Writing Hooks Poster & Hooks Writing Practice

Writing Hooks Posters & Practice Sheets! Perfect for Grades 1-2, but could definitely be used with older students!