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Writing Office Bundle

These writing offices are perfect writing tools to assist your students into becoming independent writers during writer's workshop. There are several helpful anchor charts in each set. The original, printable writing office comes in an AUSTRALIAN ENGLISH version.*Update 8/15/20* - Added a Digital Wr...

30 Journal Prompts for Self Esteem Boosting and Positive Thinking Boosting and Positive Thinking

Journaling can be a great self esteem booster. Not sure what to write? Take a look at these 30 journal prompts for self esteem that will help!

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How to Make a Book from a Single Piece of Paper

Learn how to make a book from a single piece of paper in this step by step video tutorial. Choose from two free printable book templates.

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Is journaling a part of your life or are you trying to make it a part of yours? Having journal prompts for self-discovery can help you create a reflective

Janna on Instagram: “What's your "kindred animal spirit???" Should be a fun mid-week board. 🐯🦁🙊#miss5thswhiteboard #iteach7th #iteachtoo #teachersofinstagram…”

36 Likes, 0 Comments - Janna (@lovin7th) on Instagram: “What's your "kindred animal spirit???" Should be a fun mid-week board. 🐯🦁🙊#miss5thswhiteboard…”

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THUMBS UP THURSDAY #miss5thswhiteboard

40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better

40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better - Fun, Fresh Ideas

The first few weeks of school are all about getting to know our students. We have them fill out worksheets telling us about their favorite foods or songs, we ask them if they have access to the Internet at home, and sometimes we have them tell us about their summer vacations. But… is it enough? ... Read More about 40 Weird Questions to Ask Your Students to Help You Get to Know them Better

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Genius Hour Tools

Genius Hour in the Primary Classroom

This is a pack of tools for organizing genius hour in the primary grade classroom. If you are not familiar with genius hour, search on Google. They are many fun ideas out there. I provide an hour or so on Fridays to awaken our genius. My students are so engaged!

How To Boost Accountability in a Workshop Classroom

Boost accountability and engagement during math, reading, and writing workshop with these tips for self assessment and student reflection. Accountability no longer means grading every activity your students complete. It's time to pass the torch of responsibility to your students and watch them grow in meaningful ways.

FREE After break writing activities & prompts for first, second, or third grade students to tell their teacher all about their Fall, Winter, or Spring break. Also includes journal writing prompts that are a fun idea for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders the first week back from break.

Clever Ways to Get Kids Writing After A Break (That are free!) - Around the Kampfire

FREE After break writing activities & prompts for first, second, or third grade students to tell their teacher all about their Fall, Winter, or Spring break. Also includes journal writing prompts that are a fun idea for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd graders the first week back from break.

Creating Strong Writers in the Primary Classroom with this watermelon small moments (personal narratives) anchor chart

Creating Strong Writers in the Primary Classroom

Teach the writing process and small moments with these ideas and tips. It has a great small moment anchor chart and books to use to introduce

A closer look at writer's workshop!

A closer look at writer's workshop! - Little Minds at Work

Awhile back I posed the question on my Facebook…what kind of topics would you like me to post about? Writer’s workshop and Lucy Calkins especially were by far most requested! I shared earlier in the school year that it wasn’t like I didn’t “like” writing in my previous years, but this year I just fell …