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Jazz up your kiddos’ writing by offering them these cute stationary printables. Here you will find 24 different stationary styles.
Each style has 3 different options:
*With picture place, no dotted lines
*Without picture place, no dotted lines
*With dotted lines, no picture place
Tired of reading the same old boring words in your students' writing pieces? Do your students overuse words like said, happy, and good? If so, this resourceful tool will help excite your kiddies' stories and differentiate the language they use!
*Words included in this booklet:
Encourage your young writers and motivate the writing process with the end result being published onto these fun and creative papers. Twenty eight pages of fun bordered writing paper for publishing the children’s writing work. These creative, printable papers are ready to just print as you need th
This handout is a perfect addition for any lesson the requires the students to handwrite something kind of fancy! Instead of their dull handwriting, or printing it out on a computer, students can reference this handy page. Handwritten Fonts shows students six different types of fancy handwriting t
This packet is your one-stop-shop for all you need when starting and continuing a How-To unit using strong adjectives and verbs with your students.
Here’s what’s included:
*How We How-To (Long Form)
*How We How-To (List Form)
*Mentor Text List
*Adjective and Verb Definition
This is such a fun and meaningful lesson(s) that can be used all year! I incorporate the Fancy Nancy books and we tune into interesting words as we read. Then we talk about how to "spice" up their writing by adding "fancy" words! I have an interactive board that the kids can pick out fancy words a
To help enhance my students writing they use the Fancy Words Synonyms reference chart (see product). The 2 page guide is stapled into my students writing notebook, journal, and homework notebook and serves as a constant resource to help make their writing more interesting and of course FANCY!The re
*This character trait writing project can be used for any book and or character, but this project gives examples using the books, Fancy Nancy and David Goes to School.
*This project begins by reading aloud the two character books that you want to focus on--in this case, Fancy Nancy and David Goes t
This package includes:
✔ Four square writing templates (5). (If you haven't heard about "four square writing", look it up. It is a great tool for writing).
✔ Writing templates (provided with primary and secondary lines)
✔ Interactive mini-book “Penguins with Hats” to reinforce color words. 8 pag
Fun and fancy writing template/notepads for kids to journal or practice writing.3 pages total. Each page has 2 different designs (6 designs total).3 Simple steps:Download and print (highly recommend to look at the print scale BEFORE clicking the print button).Then cut paper in half.Then start writin
I use this worksheet after reading Fancy Nancy to my middle school English classes. We discuss word choice and they come up with "fancier" more precise language. This worksheet focuses specifically on adverbs and verbs. I use with 7th and 8th graders, but it could be used with any grade.
Students will glue down the letters in their name that have been printed in "fancy fonts." Lots of primary lines are provided at the bottom for early finishers to practice!
I teach kindergarten, so I took time to make sure that each letter from the different "fancy fonts" were still recognizable an
Simply 150 prompts for writing... complete 3 per week and you have a writing program for the entire year.
We have the students complete in a Composition Notebook so they can see their progress over the year. We use this for 3rd Grade, but it could be used for 2nd as well.
What I would suggest is
This is a package of 7 different types of writing papers for student use. I used this when I taught third grade, but it could be used for other grades as well. There are colorful zig-zag patterned, fire pattern, children, stars, tornado, and parchment styles included in this pack.
Using "stronger" words when writing helps make our stories more interesting and captivating. This is a great game to help expand your students' vocabulary. Use it in a center or during partner work! Print it out on card stock, laminate, and cut. There are two options to play!
Center goes well with
This lesson uses Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy as a model text for the children to use as a way to experience how authors use parentheses to add more information to their writing. Students will determine where and how Jane O’Connor uses parentheses to hug that extra information. Included is a mod
This powerpoint is one of many, that introduces Mathematical and Literacy learning areas to your students. Each PPT is made up of a lesson that you can present to your students. Each PPT also have set tasks, that are engaging and can be interactive if you choose to do it via ICT's (The set tasks can
Students LOVE learning their spelling words using this research-based technique!Steps-Students look at the word, noticing any spelling patterns or unique letter combinations, and then write a checkmark in the column. -Students say the word to themselves and out loud in a whisper voice and write a ch