Want to set up your writer's workshop to be kinder-friendly and productive?
This entire pack of materials is based off of a catchy chant students love that is carried through all other aspects of the writing process (planning, interactive writing & shared writing into independent writing and the publishing process!
The continuity provided by these simple, yet highly effective products is that your writers will be able to successfully improve their own skills and develop editing awareness!
This pack includes:
Writing Process Song Lyrics
Original song lyrics (and an audio download) to a popular tune that will have all of your students chanting along!
Designed for teachers to use while modeling writing during interactive and shared writing experiences.
Students will use this song/chant to learn the basic steps towards using simple conventions of writing and begin applying them on their own.
6 Writing Process Posters
These posters featuring icon/picture labels so even beginning readers are successful at learning the basic steps!
Post them, refer to them and model using them during your interactive and shared writing experiences.
Writing Process Individual Poster
Help students apply basic writing conventions of writing on their own.
Use as reference material to place in individual student writing folders and help keep students on track!
6 Writing Process Write-On Posters
Allow students to "sign" their name to the appropriate poster when you've seen it modeled/mastered in their writing.
These posters edify what you want to see in their writing and works like a charm to share positive expectations and make all students want to grow and take more risks in their writing in order to participate.
Self, Peer & Teacher Editing/Conference Sheet
Checklist to help students become aware of and proficient in self-editing, peer-editing and help keep track of your one-on-one student conferences
2 Planning Diagrams
Help student think through their ideas (or to provide an additional level of support)!
Features a brainstorming web or a bulleted list - both simple and perfect to use for young writers and picture-drawers.
Helps Meet Common Core English/Language Arts Standards:
K.W.1.g. Use a combination of drawing and writing to independently compose an opinion/preference piece about a fictional topic/book.
K.W.1.h. Use a combination of drawing and writing to independently compose an opinion/preference piece about a nonfictional topic/book.
K.W.2. Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.
K.W.2.e. Use drawings, dictating, and writing to convey facts about a topic.
K.W.3. Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.
K.W.3.b. Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to sequence several events or experiences into a beginning, middle, or end of a narrative.
K.L.1.f-1. Produce complete sentences in shared language activities.
K.L.1.f-2. Write by moving left to right and from top to bottom.
K.L.1.f-3. Produce a complete simple sentence in writing.
K.L.1.f-4. Expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
K.L.1.f-5. Expand complete sentences in independent writing.
K.L.2. Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
K.L.2.a-1. Capitalize the first word in a sentence.
K.L.2.a-2. Capitalize the pronoun I in writing.
K.L.2.b. Recognize and name end punctuation.
K.L.2.c-1. Write a letter or letters for consonant sounds (phonemes).
K.L.2.c-2. Write a letter or letters for short vowel sounds (phonemes).
K.L.2.d. Spell simple words phonetically, drawing on knowledge of sound-letter relationships.
KindergartenWorks brings you 8+ years of model/lab school teaching experience to save you time in your classroom! Everything I've created for you has been at use in my classroom! Rest assured it's been kid-tested and principal approved!