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Give your students a piece of gum and encourage some fun how-to writing/sequncing! This Common Core aligned crowd pleasing informative writing download includes 3 graphic organizers and several writing templates. It also includes a craft featuring both a boy and girl blowing bubblegum. **This product is part of a larger bundled product, How-To Writing Pack, which can be found right HERE! Common Core Alignment: W.1.2 Write informative/explanatory texts in which they name a topic, supply so
This little bundle is the perfect addition to your curriculum on writing a how-to and/or procedural text! I use these activities to kick off an entire unit on procedural text. It is engaging and FUN, and gets the kiddos excited about learning the in's and out's of procedural text! Included in the bundle: *Detailed lesson plan *Prewriting page for steps in the process *Prewriting page for a topic sentence and conclusion *Cute publishing page for how-to paragraph *FOUR mini-posters to use on a
I love “How To,” Writing and “How to Blow a Bubble,” is a favorite every year. In class, I take a survey of who can blow a bubble. Usually I will have about 5 kids who can. I split them up into groups, with the bubble blower as the teacher. Their job is to try to teach the other members in the group how to blow a bubble, going step by step, and show them the process along the way. Many times, the others do learn! And even if they don’t end of successfully blowing a bubble, they learn the process
How to Blow a Bubble Craftivity Writing prompts are great....but they are definitely more fun for your students when a craft is added to the activity. This set is perfect for Spring and includes: - A Bubble Craftivity with a picture, patterns, and directions - Brainstorm It! (bubble diagram about bubble gum) - Learning About the Bubbles KWL Chart - Sketch it Out! (sketch out the steps to blow a bubble) - My Supply List (write out supplies needed to blow a bubble) - How to Blow a Bubble
This is an informational writing packet on "How to Blow a Bubble" that includes the writing process: --3 types of covers (color, B&W, and B&W with student's own drawing) --Web of "Prewriting-My Thoughts" --Differentiated Transitional Word Graphic Organizer (with and without handwriting lines) --Differentiated Writing Paper (one with "First, then, next, last" and one with "First, Second, Third, Then, Next, Finally" --Additional lined writing paper Enjoy! :-)
This was a blast with my class! This is part of my Bubble Gum Fun Unit. Kids first are surveyed whether or not they can blow a bubble. Then they teach one another how to do it. By teaching each other it makes this "how to" writing so easy and exciting! Also included is a craft to hang on bulletin boards. You will need balloons to attach to the students' drawing of themselves as the bubble. I hope your class has as much fun as mine did! Check out the full unit HERE... Bubble Gum Fun Unit
Want an engaging idea to motivate your kiddos to write a procedural text (how-to)? This is an authentic way for students to physically do something (blow a bubble with bubble gum) and then be able to write about it. It also makes such a cute display for a bulletin board/wall. Multiple choices for writing template included!*balloon, colored paper, picture, and bubble gum not included
Grades:
K - 4th
How To Writing Picture Prompt: Introduce young writers to procedural writing using these picture prompts. The pictures assist students in identifying the steps and organizing their thoughts. The familiarity of the activity and the pictures encourage independence in early and reluctant writers.Included in this activity:* 2 styles of writing paper (regular and primary lines)* Option to provide transitional words (First, Next, Then, Last)* Color picture cards for pocket chart sequencingClassroom
This procedural writing craftivity will get your students excited to write! Hand out a piece of bubblegum to each student and have them write about the steps to blowing a bubble. Included:-Half page and full page blank writing templates-Full page procedural writing template with 4 steps (with first, then, next, finally and a blank copy)-4 kids to cut and color and attach to the top of your writing portions-2 kids to cut and color and add a balloon as a bubble to attach to the top of your writing
Grades:
1st - 3rd
After giving students a piece of bubble gum to chew and blow bubbles with, have them fill out the bubble gum graphic organizer. Final draft paper included. Display with a paper plate decorated as the child with a pink balloon coming out of the mouth.
I gave my students pieces of bubblegum to practice with and then we listed the steps to blow a bubble to create this How To writing. This is a really great display if you use student pictures and pink balloons so that it looks like students are blowing a bubble.
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Grades:
K - 3rd
Children need good mentors to help them write well. Here are 12 procedural writing mentor texts to help your students become better writers! There are 3 sets (4 on how to blow a bubble, 4 how to clean your room, and 4 on how to score a goal). Each set has 4 levels of writing (1, 2, 3, and 4). These models show children in an explicit manner what constitutes an effective procedural writing piece. Also included is a blank sheet of writing paper so your students can practice independently. These wr
Children need good mentors to help them write well. Here are 12 procedural writing mentor texts to help your students become better writers! There are 3 sets (4 on how to blow a bubble, 4 how to clean your room, and 4 on how to score a goal). Each set has 4 levels of writing (1, 2, 3, and 4). These models show children in an explicit manner what constitutes an effective procedural writing piece. Also included is a blank sheet of writing paper so your students can practice independently. These wr
This document is an addition to the original idea from ProTeacher. It includes a bubble gum writing sheet of paper, bubble gum wiring sign, and pictures/ideas for classroom use.
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Grades:
1st - 6th
A NO PREP, easy to use 'How to Blow a Bubble' template that can be used to support early or struggling writers to structure PROCEDURAL TEXTS. Your students will have so much FUN writing about how to blow a chewing gum bubble that they won't even realise that they're learning.
Grades:
1st - 2nd
Here are some writing papers for your students to use to write about how they would blow a bubble. This can be used to practice giving someone directions. The clip art is the same on every sheet. I also have another writing set that has students writing about how to blow a bubble (using bubblegum). A+ How To Blow A Bubble II ... Writing Paper Take a look at the mini windows to get a good feel of what you'll be receiving. If you are looking for a writing paper template....look no further! H
Grades:
K - 1st
Here are a few worksheets on How To Blow a Bubble. It also comes with one gumball machine fractions activity. :)
Children need good mentors to help them write well. Here are 12 procedural writing mentor texts to help your students become better writers! There are 3 sets (4 on how to blow a bubble, 4 how to clean your room, and 4 on how to score a goal). Each set has 4 levels of writing (1, 2, 3, and 4). These models show children in an explicit manner what constitutes an effective procedural writing piece. Also included is a blank sheet of writing paper so your students can practice independently. These wr
Pass out bubble gum to the students. Give them a chance to chew it and practice making a bubble. Then pass out the differentiated organizer. There are three to choose from; low, medium, & high. They are writing an expository piece using transition words on how to make a bubble. When they are finished they cut and color a head (either boy or girl). Glue the head at the top of large pink construction paper and their writing at the bottom. Enjoy! Included are: 1. Directions 2. Three differenti
"How to" Writing Printable **How to blow a bubble Be sure to visit my blog and Facebook page for Freebies & More! Krazee4Kindergarten BlogKrazee4Kindergarten Facebook Page
This will be great in your classroom! Your children all love blowing bubbles, and they can actually chew some up and then explain step by step on how they blew their bubble! A simple craft is included, they can color their boy or girl head and blow up a balloon for their bubble, or you simple print the boy and girl with bubble already on! The choice is yours :) Enjoy! Please leave feedback on what you liked or what could be improved! Included: Draft with lines Draft without lines Girl head with
Grades:
1st - 3rd
Children need good mentors to help them write well. Here are 12 procedural writing mentor texts to help your students become better writers! There are 3 sets (4 on how to blow a bubble, 4 how to clean your room, and 4 on how to score a goal). Each set has 4 levels of writing (1, 2, 3, and 4). These models show children in an explicit manner what constitutes an effective procedural writing piece. Also included is a blank sheet of writing paper so your students can practice independently. These wr
What kid DOESN'T know how to chew bubble gum?! When teaching my students how to write effective how-to papers, I reinforce that it's important to write about what you know. With this activity, I give each kid a piece of Double Bubble Bubble Gum and ask that they chew it for ten minutes; meanwhile they are taking notes about the steps involved in blowing the actual bubble. Once they are confident all steps are accounted for from chew to pop, we turn their "steps" into a how-to paragraph. This
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3rd - 5th
How to Blow a Bubble - 3 differentiated papers to suit all of your levels of writers in your classroom. Enjoy!You might also like this freebie "How to (writing paper) - 3 differentiated versions)How to (writing paper) - 3 differentiated versionsHere is another great "Holidays" bundle you might like:Holidays Throughout the Year Bundle - Color by Comprehension Stories...or you can purchase each separate holiday here:Mother's Day & Father's Day (Color by Comprehension Stories & Questions)E
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