Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

For this fun writing activity students create their own monster and write a descriptive paragraph about them. They then cut and fold back their paper so a fellow peer can read their descriptive paragraph and try and draw what they think the monster looks like without seeing the original drawing.

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Oh my goodness. I am certain that this is what I want to use in my writing section for my students! Unjournaling-- a creative approach to getting kids excited about daily writing

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Quick and Easy WRITING CENTER using EMOJI's. Engaging and has so many uses! Perfect for third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade elementary classrooms and middle school.

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Round Robin Writing & Editing Idea

This strategy has students rotate a paper around to tell and story, and then they edit their original paper. Great editing practice!

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Micro Fiction, Creative Writing Fun for Teens, Narrative Writing, Sub Plan, CCSS