Writing Office - Writer's Folder - Graphic Organizers - Rubrics

Grade Levels
2nd - 5th, Homeschool
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Are your little writer's distracted during writing times? This Writer's Office will provide the privacy most students need in order to focus on their writing. It also puts visual writing tools write at their fingertips - so they don't have to be distracted looking for the tools they need.

The Writer's Office contains writing tools that will help your students move through the writing process with increasing independence - you won't have to be reminding them what to do and how to do it!

The Writer's Folder will give your students a place to keep and organize all their writing projects.

The Teacher Resources will provide you with all the graphic organizers to lead you budding writers through the writing process.

Flexible uses: You can create a class set, laminate for durability, and have them for years. Or, you may want to make a few to put in your writing center.

❤️ Here's what you get: 


  • Alphabet Strip with phonetic helps
  • How to Write a Powerful Sentence mini chart
  • How to Write a Satisfying Paragraph mini chart
  • Transitions mini chart
  • Edit with COPS mini chart
  • Revise with ARMS mini chart
  • Commonly Misspelled Words (3 Levels)


  • Labels – for inside and outside the folder
  • "My Writing Goals” graphic organizer


  • I Can Build a Powerful Sentence graphic organizer
  • Prewrite – 2 graphic organizers
  • Rough Draft – 2 graphic organizers
  • Editing Checklist
  • Revising Checklist
  • Publishing – 4 styles of paper


  • Writing Process Posters
  • How to Write a Powerful Sentence
  • How to Write a Satisfying Paragraph
  • Transitions
  • Edit with COPS
  • Revise with ARMS


⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Stacey says.

"I cannot tell you enough how great of a product this is!!! I just got my writing folders/offices made and I can't wait to give them to my students next week. Absolutely perfect with so many great tools to teach and guide my students. Thank you so very much!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Elizabeth says.

"Thank you so much for this! I have been struggling to find the perfect writing office kit and some are quite expensive so this is amazing! It is very appreciated considering I am a first year teacher!"

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Victor says,

"This is such a time saver resource! The information included is both for the writing office and for anchors around the room. One item in this product that is unique compared to similar products is the weekly writing goals page; this is such an awesome resource because my students were able to keep information organized while also logging progress on assignments and goal progress. It's fairly flexible as far as how many offices or what size offices you want to create for your classroom."

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Amy says,

"This resource is a great way to keep students on track during their writing process. It also allows for teachers to really see what the students are capable of doing and what they are still struggling with."

CCSS Aligned ★





W.3.2a, W.3.2b, W.3.2c, W.3.2d

W.4.2b, W.4.2c, W.4.2e


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