Writing Anchor Charts

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College essay anchor charts had the kids turn and talk about why its 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. Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Literacy, Preschool, Kindergarten Writers Workshop, Literacy Skills, 1st Grade Writing, Teaching Writing

Five for Friday September 26

I am linking up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday. Happy Friday! Here are some of my favorite moments of the week. My mom had surgery this week, and she and my dad are home and doing well, so that is my FAVORITE moment of the week. So I was out a couple days, but we sure did a LOT this week! We did a lot of work with labeling this week- starting with clean up time. I label all of the bins with pictures of what treasures go inside, and then have the same picture on the…

writing and coloring rubric. Good idea to keep it up for the whole class to see … writing and coloring rubric. Good idea to keep it up for the whole class to see & it won’t get lost in those messy desks like it would if it was on paper. Kindergarten Rubrics, Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Writers Workshop, Writing Center Kindergarten, Writing Centers, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities

Classroom tour for 2012-2013

I wish I would have taken pictures before the start of the school year when everything was nice and clean! I've made a few changes this yea...

New anchor chart coming at ya! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all the wrong places. Llama llama don’t forget… Teaching Grammar, Teaching Language Arts, Teaching Writing, Kindergarten Writing, Math Writing, Teaching Ideas, Third Grade Reading, First Grade Writing, Second Grade

Kelsey//Third Grade Reading on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all the wrong places. Llama llama don’t forget…”

Classroom Ideas! on Instagram: “New anchor chart coming at ya!! My kiddos are always either omitting commas or using them in all the wrong places. Llama llama don’t forget…” #grammar

NARRATIVE WRITING picture word bank - anchor charts and posters - How to sequence events - writing a narrative with details in order - graphic organizer for putting events in order writing center Narrative Writing Kindergarten, Personal Narrative Writing, Writing Curriculum, 2nd Grade Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Personal Narratives, Writing Centers, Informational Writing

Narrative Writing - FREEBIE — Keeping My Kiddo Busy

PRIMARY WRITING - UNIT 3 I am so excited to teach this narrative writing unit! This writing curriculum is geared for kindergarten, first grade and can even be used in second grade classrooms. In Unit 3 , we are learning how to write a personal narrative . We practice writing about what we l

Writing Process Posters, Anchor Charts & Writer's Notebook Sheets Steps of the Writing Proces Writing Classes, Writing Lessons, Writing Workshop, Teaching Writing, Teaching Grammar, Kindergarten Writing, Writing Ideas, Teaching Ideas, Paragraph Writing

Writing Process Posters, Anchor Charts, Writer's Notebook, Distance Learning

These writing process posters and interactive writing process anchor charts are a must have for introducing and reinforcing tons of important writing process terms and concepts. Printing flexibility allows for either a poster, an interactive anchor chart, or mini (half page) posters/anchor charts f...

Why is instruction in Concepts of Print critical for pre-readers? What is includ… Why is instruction in Concepts of Print critical for pre-readers? Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Lesson Plans, Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Writing, Kindergarten Teachers, Kindergarten Graduation, Kindergarten Activities, Kindergarten Design, Preschool

Concepts of Print

Concepts of print refers to the understanding of how print and books work. These skills are a critical prerequisite to teaching children to read. Concepts of print include: -How books are read -Identification of parts of

Some colleagues and I visited an amazing school today in Salem, Oregon: Myers Elementary. They have been integrating their ELD instruction into the regular subjects instead of … Kindergarten Anchor Charts, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Kindergarten Classroom, Readers Workshop Kindergarten, Teaching Ideas

Account Suspended

Some colleagues and I visited an amazing school today in Salem, Oregon: Myers Elementary. They have been integrating their ELD instruction into the regular subjects instead of …

Funky First Grade Fun: Make Your Anchor Charts Awesome! (freebie) - Fun Graphics - Ideas of Fun Graphics - Funky First Grade Fun: Make Your Anchor Charts Awesome! Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Ideas, Teaching Materials, Teacher Resources, Work On Writing, Writing Ideas, Opinion Writing

Writing Goals Anchor Chart

I must say that I'm shocked by the power of the writing goals anchor chart that I just started using in my classroom. It is not my original...

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Anne Marie Williams on Instagram: “Wondering where you guys take pictures all summer? Not asking for

3,572 Likes, 190 Comments - Anne Marie Williams (@thechitownteacher) on Instagram: “Wondering where you guys take pictures all summer? Not asking for a friend. Asking for a girl who…”

Boost Child imagination concept by discovering several ways to open up children innovative minds. Writing Goals, Writing Strategies, Writing Lessons, Teaching Writing, Writing Lab, Writing Station, Writing Centers, Reading Centers, Writing Ideas

The First Week in First Grade

I wanted to stop by today and share some a few of my "go-to" activities during the first week of school to build our classroom community and set expectations for the year! During the first few days of school, we are setting the tone for the rest of the year. Our students are looking to see what kind of teacher we will be and making judgements about their school year. They're deciding if school is a place they want to come or a place they dread. The choices we make at the beginning of the…