This product includes:One classroom poster One page of printable student checklistsThis product gives students a guideline while they work on and revise their writing. - Use before, during, and after writing.- Students learn to revise writing and take pride in their work.- Print and laminate mini checklists for each student to keep on their desk or in their notebook as a reference all year long.Writing Strategies:IdeasOrganizationVoiceWord ChoiceSentence FluencyConventions
These free mini-anchor charts will support you as you take your elementary students through the writing process during writers' workshop. Using kid-friendly language, these charts will help your students understand and remember each step in the writing process as they work to gather ideas, write their first draft, revise, edit, and finally publish their pieces.
When writing informational texts, students need to know how to introduce a topic and how to write a concluding statement that supports the information presented in the writing. This handout is useful as a mini-lesson for that purpose. It outlines 7 ways that students can write introductions that grab the reader's attention and 5 ways they can write conclusions without resorting to tired and boring methods.
Use this clip chart to help students stay focused on their specific writing goal. I plan to laminate all the pages into a long clip chart, hole punch the very top, and hang it with Command Hooks on my classroom wall. Each student will have a clothespin to place on their current writing goal.