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I have created two versions of these journals - you can print them to be big or small, depending on your preference.You can use these journals for writing stations, daily discussions, whiteboard prompts, paragraph of the day, morning meetings, conversation starters, quiet journal/writing time, interactive notebooks, etc.

I have created two versions of these journals - you can print them to be big or small, depending on your preference.You can use these journals for writing stations, daily discussions, whiteboard prompts, paragraph of the day, morning meetings, conversation starters, quiet journal/writing time, interactive notebooks, etc.

I have created two versions of these journals - you can print them to be big or small, depending on your preference.You can use these journals for writing stations, daily discussions, whiteboard prompts, paragraph of the day, morning meetings, conversation starters, quiet journal/writing time, interactive notebooks, etc.

February 2017 Journals - National Holidays

I have created two versions of these journals - you can print them to be big or small, depending on your preference. You can use these journals for writing

4th Grade Reading, Language Arts, ELA Morning Work, Daily

4th Grade Reading, Language Arts, ELA Morning Work, Daily Work, HW FULL YEAR

Vertel het verhaal van Halloween vanuit het perspectief van snoepgoed

This pin contains some ideas for creative writing prompts for high school age students. This particular prompt is for students to write a narrative about Halloween from the perspective of a piece of candy! I think this is such a fun idea!

Here's an example of a T-chart that we use to organize our paragraph writing. Lots of ready to use ideas on this first of a four part series on Paragraph Writing.

Teaching Paragraph Writing: Topic Sentences - The Teacher Next Door - Creative Ideas From My Classroom To Yours

Guest blog post from Dr. Genola Johnson at Georgia Educational Learning Consultants, Inc. who shares some Ways to Encourage Reluctant Writers.

Ways to Encourage Reluctant Writers

Print your finger, photocopy it and blow it up. Write on the lines.

First, let every student make a fingerprint onto white paper. Next, blow up their fingerprints using the photocopier or larger). Then, Have your kids write words and phrases about themselves along the lines and whorls of their fingerprints :) Cool idea

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