Karen Cossins
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Funky First Grade Fun: Writing Goals Anchor Chart. Modify for upper grades. Incentive to see names up on the board. Fourth grade writers checklist.

Like this, but I would add visual picture cues next to each goal.Funky First Grade Fun: Writing Goals Anchor Chart

How To Eat an Oreo {Writing Project}

A how to writing project on how to eat Oreos! First we graph how we like to eat Oreos (splitting, dipping in milk, or biting). Then we make a five-page circle book with directions on how to eat an Oreo.

HOW TO WRITING How to Grow a Plant Writing (procedural) This is one of 6 templates to support your writers!

How-To (Procedural Writing) I created and use these How-To graphic organizers as part of my 4 week writer's workshop unit while teaching my students how to write "How-To" informative/explanatory texts. This is an excellent support for your writers!

Teacher's Pet - KS2 Non-Fiction Writing Mats - FREE Classroom Display Resource - EYFS, KS1, KS2, recount, writing, skeletons, sue, palmer, instructions, non-chronological, report, explanation, persuasion, persuasive, discussion

Teacher's Pet - KS2 Non-Fiction Writing Mats - FREE Classroom Display Resource - EYFS, KS1, KS2, recount, writing, skeletons, sue, palmer, instructions, non-chronological, report, explanation, persuasion, persuasive, discussion

This Informative and Explanatory Paragraph Writing freebie is a sample of my 300+ paged Informative and Explanatory Paragraph Writing unit. It is a great way to introduce and give your students practice writing informative and explanatory paragraphs. The unit is aligned with the Common Core Standards grades K-2.

This Informative and Explanatory Paragraph Writing freebie is a sample of my paged Informative and Explanatory Paragraph Writing unit.