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Launching Writer’s Workshop

Writing about small moments...a Seed vs. a Watermelon anchor chart...there are a number of terrific writing anchor charts here, but this is my favorite! Kids always want to choose a topic that is just too big! This helps them narrow it down.

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Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives

Free graphic organizers for writing! Nice collection and blog post from Genia Connell, a Scholastic blogger

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Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives

Graphic Organizers for Personal Narratives. I use a few different graphic organizers that have made a world of difference to my young writers. This week I'm happy to share with you some of the tools I use to help make planning and writing narratives that are focused, sequential, and interesting a bit easier for my students.

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A Year of Journaling: 52 Journaling Prompts. (The girl who loved to write about life.)

Last week I wrote a post about why you should keep a journal. I thought it would be cool to follow that up with some prompts to help you get started if you're new to journaling, or if you're just in a

from Teacher Trap

Understanding Characters

Character Traits Anchor Chart! Help students make sense of physical traits and personality traits when analyzing a character.

from Val Marie Paper

Risk & Rest :: A Challenge

Awesome free printable worksheets , think I'll include it when putting together strong bonds / reintegration binders


Personal Narrative Writing

My first writing unit of the year is always personal narratives because I think kids feel comfortable telling stories from... read more