K-3 Writing Templates: Reading Response and Informative Writing (For Any Subject)
How to use writing templates in your class:
Writing is a great student output product. Writing encourages creativity and allows students to express their ideas and understandings. Students can use writing to show you their level of understanding on a topic, making writing a good formative assessment tool. Writing is even as valuable to young students as it is to older students.
Student writing is great to post around the room to show off what students are learning and creating! Graphic organizers are provided for students to collect information about their subject before writing.
Collect the Facts (3 options)
Organize Your Paragraphs (4 options)
Reading and Research (3 options)
Write about it (5 options)
Investigation Report (3 options)
Claim It! Support It! Explain It! (Claim. Evidence. Reasoning.) (3
Make a List (2 options)
How To (3 options)
Fact and Opinion (2 options)
Informative Writing (3 options)
My Opinion Writing (3 options)
Narrative Writing (3 options)
Write a Letter (2 options)
Create a Comic Strip (3 options)
Compare and Contrast (4 options)
Reading Report (Book Report) (4 options)
Reading Response Notes (3 options)
Close Reading Response (3 options)
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