Writing resources for supporting K-2 students with revising and editing - writing rubrics, writing checklists, revising and editing posters, revising and editing strategy cards, mentor texts, materials for making an editing flip book, and more!
Do your students struggle to make significant changes to their writing? Is it hard for them to see errors in their drafts once they've finished?
Use these resources to support and motivate even your reluctant writers in revising and editing their writing!
The "I can" revising and editing posters will be a great visual addition to your minilessons. The kid-friendly mentor texts will give you relevant samples to use to model revision and editing.
Your students will get the support they need from the strategy cards, rubrics and checklists, and an interactive editing flip book!
The Revising and Editing Table materials will help you set up a place in your classroom where students work together to revise and edit their work - without needing your direct supervision.
Not only will this toolkit help your students revise and edit independently, but the materials will also help you cut down on your planning time!
These resources can be used to supplement any writing program, including my K-2 writing workshop units.
Here's a detailed description of what's included:
Revising and Editing Posters:
136 different “I Can” statement posters for various revising and editing skills. You can use these posters as the basis for minilessons, to display your daily learning objectives, and/or to create a revising and editing bulletin board in your classroom.
Revising and Editing Strategy Cards:
136 “I Can” statement strategy cards for various revising and editing skills. These strategies match the posters described above and can be used to have students create personal strategy rings to use as they write independently.
Rubrics and Checklists:
Over 50 rubrics and checklists appropriate for K-2 students, in the narrative, persuasive, and expository genres + written responses to texts.
Mentor Texts for Revising and Editing:
27 different K-2 appropriate mentor texts (sample writing pieces) that you can use to teach students how to revise and edit. These mentor texts are included in different formats - each one is provided with and without different types of mistakes that you can teach students to correct. Included are narratives (personal narratives and fiction), informational writing (all about books and how-to writing), opinion writing (opinion pieces and persuasive letters), and reader responses to text.
COPS Editing Flip Book Materials:
Instructions and printables you can use to have students make an interactive editing flip book.
Instructions and printables you can use to recognize students for using good editing skills.
Revising and Editing Table Materials:
Instructions for setting up a Revising and Editing table in your classroom, printables for supporting students in using the table, and
complete lesson plans (4) for teaching students how to use the table.
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By: Learning At The Primary Pond with Ms. Lilypad