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Friday Flash - links to some of my Flash Fiction pieces can be found on Friday Flash each week (also available on my blog)

Friday Flash - links to some of my Flash Fiction pieces can be found on Friday Flash each week (also available on my blog)

Writing anchor chart - Don't know where to start? Just write from the heart!

What a great anchor chart to captivate and inspire writing. The First Grade Parade - LOVE this adorable anchor chart for writing!

Write the answer in a box and draw some out at the end of the week. Different topics each time. Encourages descriptive writing skills and communication.

It's Fri-YAY! Spring has sprung and it looks like it's going to be a great weekend! And I get one of my favourites tonight! Peach Tortellini salad is on the menu for my little bro's bday bbq!

Friendship Friday! I work on community building ALL year and want my students to appreciate each other, especially at this time of year.

There is nothing I love more than encouraging people, and I plan to have my students encourage each other all the time. Friendship Friday (of even Family Friday) would build the community and connectedness in the classroom.

We created our sweet patriot banner with letters on back to send off to our heroes who defend and protect our country each day. We are celebrating Patriot Day this Friday at school and will honor our service men and women. This writing and craft banner is now available in my TPT store using the link in my bio. Idea for veterans day

We created our sweet patriot banner with letters on back to send off to our heroes who defend and protect our country each day. Idea for Veterans Day

Favorite Pin Friday

Favorite Pin Friday

set up a 'crime scene'-students draw inferences, writing project, and/or do some related forensic science experiments ~ love this idea. maybe not a crime scene for my kiddos but something similar

Is silent reading time a struggle in your classroom? Here are some unique and fun strategies to use in your classroom to improve your students' independent and silent reading time.

Silent reading....making it work!

I would have this hanging on my wall so that students can see what they need to work on instead of the teacher reminding them everything. I think students would enjoy this because it is a good see where they are and what they need to work on when they write. Also if a student is stuck on one thing another student can help them

25 Awesome Anchor Charts For Teaching Writing

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