Now let's get right to it. I just love this linky party!!!
I just love this. I think it provides a great visual for the little guys, using terminology that (most of them) understand.
|Source: What the Teacher Wants|
Acrostic poems are so much fun and when I saw this version, I knew I had to pin it so I could remember to do it one day.
|Source: That Artist Woman|
I love creative writing and I think these story sticks are such a great idea for students to randomly pick out the character, setting, problem, and one random thing that must be included in the story. I love reading what they come up with.
|Source: Sarcasm 101|
I am definitely going to put this in a sub-tub and have it in my sub plans to have the sub do this if the kids didn't know I was going to be out. I think it would also be a great idea to carry around with you if you are a sub.
|Source: Teaching in Alabama Tpt Store|
Such a neat idea to provide a real life visual for the little guys. By using toys that they're familiar with and connecting them to the various steps in the writing process, such as Mr. Potato Head for adding detail.
|Source: Andrea Knight's Tpt Store|
A fun way to keep the kids writing throughout the summer.
|Source: Brassy Apple|
I have loved this writing center since the first time I saw it. As some of you may have seen I really like the portable center idea by using the tri-fold boards.
|Source: A Cupcake for the Teacher|
I've seen seasonal words before for writing like in the form of a word wall or folder, but I really like this idea. Bookmark size (roughly) cards, laminated, and on a ring. Portable, easy to store, and flip through.
|Source: Fantastic First Grade Froggies|
These "What Can I Write About" posters are so bright and include pictures, especially appropriate for the little guys.
|Source: Teaching with Love and Laughter|
I never thought of this idea until I saw this post, what a fantastic idea. I know I get tired of writing the same thing over and over and over again on student's papers.
|Source: I Love My Classroom|