Weekly Paragraph Editing | Printables + Digital

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4th - 5th
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I LOVED having this to make my students more responsible for proofreading. They got frustrated with it though, if I used too many.
I love this resources my students are very poor with editing skills and bought this to improve their editing.
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This weekly paragraph editing resource for 4th & 5th graders helps students gain confidence in editing non-fiction paragraphs. This spiraled editing practice also helps students learn how to apply those grammar skills to their own writing. You can use these for morning work, an early finisher activity, homework and more.

What's Included in this Set:

Each sheet has two paragraphs that include a variety of grammar mistakes that students must identify and correct.

By rewriting the full paragraph without the errors, students get ample writing practice that helps them apply correct grammar and spelling.

It has a Google Slides version that can be used for digital learning and technology /literacy centers.

2022 UPDATE: You now also get an exit slip version in a half-sheet layout for easier printing.

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Save Time + Help Students:

Every week of paragraph editing practice is spiraled so that students are getting on-going, targeted practice repetitively for 20 weeks total.

Since each week has two proofreading paragraphs to edit, that’s a total of 40 paragraphs you can use to help students master their editing skills.

You now also have the option to give students one paragraph per week for 40 weeks of paragraph editing practice!

This resource also contains:

•Writing Templates for Students

•Scope & Sequence Charts for Teachers

•Answer Keys

•Editing Checklist for Students-

•Teacher Directions & Lesson Plan Ideas

•Teacher Binder Covers

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This resource is saved in a zip file, which includes the direct link to the Google Slides version.


What Other Teachers Are Saying:

  • "This is a wonderful resource to teach paragraph editing! I bought this resource because editing is something my students were rushing, and these worksheets really help! Each week has two paragraphs so that you can model and provide student practice, and each page has a checklist so that students know what to look for in the editing step. I love Tanya's materials because she is so thorough; instead of going in order, I identified what my students were struggling with and started with paragraphs that targeted those skills. Then I set out some remainders as a center. Tanya's intro materials also have a lot of really great ideas about how to extend paragraph editing, and I'm totally snagging the meme one!" -Victor (used with 3rd Graders)

  • "My students love this weekly paragraph editing resource. They are really understanding the editing process with these activities!" -Kari (used with 5th Graders)

  • "I really enjoyed this resource. it is easy to use and very necessary. Great practice for the students, even I enjoyed refining my editing skills." -Stephanie (used with 4th Graders)

  • Wow! This is wonderful! We've been editing sentences lately and I was looking to up their game to full paragraphs to help with their essay writing. I love how you format these..." -Helen

  • AND MORE! See additional feedback below

⭐⭐ 2022 MAJOR UPDATES: If you already own this resource, be sure to re-download for all the updates! ⭐⭐


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Total Pages
146 + Google Slides
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.
Correctly use frequently confused words (e.g., to, too, two; there, their).
Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.
Use correct capitalization.


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