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Jamboard Templates Opinion Writing Personal Narratives Nonfiction Anchor Charts

Grade Levels
1st - 5th
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105 Google Jamboard Templates
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105 digital writing Google Jamboards to help your students understand the writing process and feel more confident during independent writing. Get your students interacting during small group intervention or your whole group mini-lessons by having them co-create an anchor chart, solidify their ideas so they know exactly what they’re going off to write, and celebrate parts of their writing!

Click here to grab our GROWING BUNDLE of 280+ Google Jamboard templates.

Do I have to be remote to use these? 

Nope! Project these collaborative Jamboard templates during distance learning or back in person with your students. Easily share the link with your students in a chat or Google Classroom so they can have access to Jamboards.

10 Examples of how these Writing Jamboards can be used with students:

  1. After a mini-lesson about writing a seed story, have students add a sticky note with their idea on the Jamboard. Those students without an idea may be inspired by their classmates’ ideas and it’s a lot quicker than having everyone share out loud.
  2. After a lesson about introductions, students will add a sticky note underneath the introduction they’re going to use in their writing before going off to do it. They can even write the actual introduction on the sticky note. 
  3. During a mini-lesson about word choice, students can help create the anchor chart. Students are asked to add a sticky note with a word that can be used instead of the word “Happy" for example.
  4. On the Show vs. Tell Jamboard, include a student example of a sentence that TELLS the reader how a character is feeling. Then have students each use a sticky note to write a better sentence that SHOWS how the character is feeling.
  5. During a mini-lesson about topic sentences, have students respond with an example on a sticky note so you know they’re grasping the concept.
  6. During your opinion unit, have students use a sticky note to show a reason for their opinion. 
  7. On a day you teach about using figurative language in their writing, ask students to add a sticky note with a sentence from their writing where they tried a simile, metaphor, etc. Watch other students be encouraged to incorporate figurative language into their piece so they can share, too! 
  8. Create and project your own Jamboard anchor chart with stickies to show  “No Excuse Words” or create a list of family words or animal words to support your students’ spelling.
  9. Wondering where all of your students are with finishing their pieces? Use the Check-In Jamboards to see exactly where students are to help with your planning and make sure they’re getting support if they need it.
  10. Don’t forget about a writing celebration! Have each of your students put their name on a “Friendly Feedback” or “Round of Applause” Jamboard frame. Give all your students access to the Jamboard and have them go through and add positive comments or suggestions on each of their classmates' frames after they share their writing.

There are so many more ways to use these Jamboards!

105 Jamboards Include: 

  • What’s your seed story? 
  • Watermelon vs. seed story
  • What’s your small moment/personal narrative topic? 
  • Story Elements: characters, setting, problem, solution
  • Story Elements: characters, setting, beginning, middle, end
  • Story Elements: characters, setting, conflict, main events, resolution
  • Beginning, middle, end
  • What’s your setting? 
  • Who is your main character?
  • Describe your main character
  • Character Traits: thoughts, feelings, dialogue, actions
  • What’s the problem in your story? 
  • What’s the solution in your story? 
  • Problem/Solution
  • What’s your story’s theme? 
  • Share your intro/hook
  • Which intro/hook will you use? 
  • Share your conclusion/ending
  • Which conclusion/ending will you use? 
  • Which side are you on? 
  • What’s your opinion? 
  • What do you think? 
  • Pros/Cons
  • For/Against
  • Opinion, reasons, examples, details
  • Claim, reasons, examples, details
  • Opinion, reasons, examples, details, counter arguments
  • OREO
  • What’s your topic? 
  • What’s your idea? 
  • All About
  • What’s your topic sentence? 
  • What’s your main idea? 
  • Main idea/details
  • Venn Diagram
  • Compare/Contrast
  • Sequencing 
  • How do you spell___?
  • {Insert Category} Words
  • No excuse words
  • What needs a capital letter? 
  • Transition Words
  • Bold words I’ve used
  • Other words for ______
  • Synonyms for _______
  • Said is Dead
  • Figurative Language in my writing
  • 5 senses in writing
  • Let’s talk titles
  • Show vs. Tell
  • How can we make this better? 
  • Improve this sentence...
  • Revise/Editing Checklists
  • Cups/Arms
  • Check in: Where are you? 
  • What are you working on? 
  • I need some help with…
  • What part of your piece needs work? 
  • I’m a little confused
  • What part of your piece are you most proud of? 
  • Friendly Feedback
  • Writing Celebration
  • Round of Applause
  • Glows and Grows
  • To-Do List
  • Before Tomorrow
  • Writing Reminders

Also Included:

  • Clickable Table of Contents that makes accessing our Jamboards quick and easy
  • Video instructions for accessing and sharing Jamboards with students

NOTE: When you purchase this product, the license can be used for one classroom, not an entire grade level or school. Please purchase multiple licenses if it will be used by more than one teacher. Thank you.

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