Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards

Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
Elementary Writing Editing Checklist Cards
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After many years of trying lots of different editing checklists, I think I have finally found one that works! I created so many different kinds of editing checklists, only to have students who would just check all the boxes and hand it in. Finally I realized that I needed to try something different, so I created an editing checklist that isn’t really a checklist at all! By putting each of the rules on separate cards and binding them with a loose-leaf ring, students can flip to the rule they want to edit for and stay focused. I copied each rule card on a separate color of cardstock which allows me to quickly see what rule each student is working on. The individual cards also allow you to customize each student’s editing “checklist” with the rules you want them to focus on and practice. I have included a cards for the following rules:
• Sentences do not start with “and”
• All days of the week and months of the year begin with a capital letter
• The word “I” is a capital letter
• All words have spaces between them
• All word wall words are spelled correctly
• All names of people, places, and holidays begin with a capital letter
• Capital letters are not in the middle of words
• All sentences start with a capital letter
• All words are written in neat handwriting
• All sentences end with an end mark (. ? !)
• All sentences are complete, with no missing words
• All words in a list are separated by a comma
• The dialogue part and the speaker part are separated by a comma
• All dialogue starts and ends with quotation marks
• The day and year in a date are separated by a comma
• All cities and states are separated by a comma

*If you don’t see a rule you want, write a question for me and it could be added in future updates.
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