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This FREE Ice Cream writing craftivity is the perfect activity to practice writing skills over the summer! Kids will love sequencing their summer days and vacation using this ice cream cone graphic organizer art project! Perfect for kindergarten, first and second graders! #summerwriting #sequencing #summervacation

This FREE Ice Cream writing craftivity is the perfect activity to practice writing skills over the summer! Kids will love sequencing their summer days and vacation using this ice cream cone graphic organizer art project! Perfect for kindergarten, first and second graders! #summerwriting #sequencing #summervacation

Fun winter writing prompts for first grade or kindergarten (or even 2nd if you use the versions with more lines that are also included) that make adorable bulletin boards or just fun activities for your writing time!

Fun winter writing prompts for first grade or kindergarten (or even 2nd if you use the versions with more lines that are also included) that make adorable bulletin boards or just fun activities for your writing time!

Hi, friends!  We're in the home stretch!  Just a few more weeks!  Since we just wrapped up our opinion unit, I thought I'd post all about how we used one of our favorite stories to learn all about wri

Hi, friends! We're in the home stretch! Just a few more weeks! Since we just wrapped up our opinion unit, I thought I'd post all about how we used one of our favorite stories to learn all about wri

Seuss Activities: "We're Going Places!" Writing Prompt Craft For "Oh The Places You'll Go!" By Dr. Seuss. Students flip the flap of each stripe on the hat cover, to reveal the answer to the questions: Where would you like to go? When would you like to go? Why do you want to go? Who do you want to go with? What do you want to see? How will you go? Super-fun way to practice the 5 Ws +1 H concept. Completed hats can be hung as is, or glued to the top of a suitcase. Note the 3D luggage tag.

1-2-3 Come Do Some Dr. Seuss Activities With Me Do you read “Oh, the Places You’ll Go!” by Dr. Seuss? It’s one of my all-time favorite Seuss stories. “Oh the Places You’ll Go” is not only perfect for March is Reading Month, Read Across America, or a Ce...

If it Snowed Ice Cream and a lot of other fun ideas for winter writing - this page has a bunch of no prep writing activities!!

January writing is a ton of fun - penguins, polar bears, and snow - oh my! :) So it's just not winter without learning about penguins....

Free How-To Writing Worksheets and Crafts - Terrific Teaching Tactics

Check out these free writing worksheets and crafts. Are you teaching how-to/procedural writing? Grab this freebie!

End of Year Writing Activities - Cara Carroll

The end of the school year is always so bittersweet. While I always loved anticipating the freedom summer would bring, I was always really sad to say goodbye to the kids who spent the year growing and maturing right before my eyes. As I’ve said before, I always loved spending the last few weeks of …

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Are you wondering how to teach 3rd grade fictional narrative writing? Or perhaps you're looking for story writing lesson plans and activities. In this grade 3 writing unit, you'll find narrative writing graphic organizers, rubrics and mentor texts. These third grade lesson plans are ideal if you need a year 3 writing curriculum. Early finisher task cards, posters (anchor charts) and writing crafts for your writing lessons are included too!
Need Mothers Day writing or drawing crafts for kindergarten, first grade, second, or third? This sushi Mothers Day craft resource includes different writing and drawing templates to accommodate students and their writing abilities. Also included is a vocabulary page to assist writers with vocabulary. Includes templates for moms, grandmas, sisters, aunts, or cousins depending on who is in our students lives! Lets get Mothers Day card writing on a ROLL!
How do I start writing? This is the most common writing question I get from practicing writers and my first-time clients. We all want to create something so true to us, and so well-crafted, that we psych ourselves out before even giving it a shot. The blank page lies open before us, so eerily clean. Get something, anything, on the page that’s completely unrelated to what you want to write. Keep reading for my Top Tips!