Opinion Writing Unit

Susan Jones
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K - 2nd
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Opinion writing for primary grades! This writing unit is filled with opinion writing graphic organizers and writing prompts that get your kindergarten, first and second grade students excited about writing!

Please download the preview to see if you can use it in your classroom!

Help your students tackle the opinion writing standard with this easy-to-use writing packet!

In This Unit:

  • Anchor charts for: Opinion, Fact, Persuade, OREO Writing
  • Teacher tips from my classroom
  • Daily Lesson Plans in the "I do, We do, You do" format
  • Fact/opinion sort to help students identify the difference
  • Would you rather? Mix-n-match opinion game
  • Opinion writing prompts with graphic organizers
  • Persuasive letter templates and ideas
  • Editing & Revising Sheets
  • Grading Rubric

Enjoy!

Susan Jones

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67 pages
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Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or name the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for the opinion, and provide some sense of closure.

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