Writing Resources GROWING BUNDLE

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K - 3rd
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Are you looking for a great tools and lessons for students to use while writing? This GROWING bundle is full of tools to help students learn important skills and gain independence while writing. Included you'll find resources to help successfully launch writer's workshop, rubrics to help students start to recognize themselves as writers and set goals for themselves, ready to publish checklists, and a complete writing lesson on small moments that will start with big "watermelon" ideas all the way to small "seed" moments. This includes everything you need to help students get from planning to writing.

Teach students how to use hooks and lead effectively in their writing with the engaging lesson included! The informative writing resource is packed with visuals and engaging activities to help your little writers understand how to research, take notes, transfer information. With the how to writing unit, they'll learn about what they are experts at, write sequential steps, and work through the writing process to publish their own informative and procedural writing pieces.

These writing units include everything needed for a jam packed fun and of course an adorable writing crafts. Students will love learning about writing with this engaging bundle!

Everything included is student friendly and really help drive writing conferences. There are also TONS of visuals for students. There's also a opinion writing unit that includes everything you need to help your little writers learn about opinions and be able to write their own. Take a look at the preview to learn more!

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  • Writing Workshop Anchor Charts - What is Writing Workshop?, Looks and Sounds Like sort, What Do Writers Do?, What Do Writer's Write?, Why Do Writer's Write?, and 5 Star Pictures
  • Bulletin Board Pieces - Writing Sign and The Writing Process (color & black and white)
  • Detailed Lesson Plans for Entire Launching Unit (with mentor texts and picture examples)
  • Brainstorming/Planning Template
  • Differentiated Writing Papers
  • Writing Workshop Teacher Binder Essentials - Cover, Check-in Observation Notes, and Sticky Note Template for Goal Setting
  • Student Writing Folder Printable Labels - Cover, Work in Progress, and Ready to Share (Avery Labels and Regular)
  • Different Sized Writing Checklists
  • Rubric with Smiley Faces
  • Rubric with Student and Teacher sections
  • 4 Posters - Small Moment Writing, Big Watermelon Topic, Medium Slice Ideas, Small Seed Moments
  • Watermelon Topic Planning Sheet
  • Medium Slice Planning Sheet
  • Small Seed Moment Planning Sheet
  • Differentiated First Draft Sheets
  • Primary Style Publishing Papers
  • 7 Anchor Chart Posters - What is an Opinion?, What is a Fact?, Opinion Sentence Starters, Opinion Writing Topics, Parts of Opinion Writing, Mentor Texts (with clickable links), Fact Vs. Opinion
  • Would You Rather Prompts
  • Fact Vs. Opinion Sort
  • Detailed Lesson Plans (with clickable links)
  • Differentiated Planning Sheets
  • Primary Style First Draft Sheets
  • 2 Different Rubric Versions
  • Culminating Writing Craft - Differentiated, Color and Black & White
  • Anchor Charts - What Hooks Are and Types of Hooks with 6 Types and Examples (blank versions included to add your own)
  • Detailed Lesson Plans
  • Mentor Text List
  • Hooks Activity Sheets
  • Hooks Flipbook with Step-by-Step Visual Directions
  • Brainstorming and Planning Sheets
  • Differentiated Drafting/Publishing Sheets
  • Anchor Charts - We are Experts, What is a Fact?, What is an Opinion?, Parts of Informative Writing Pieces
  • Detailed Lesson Plans
  • Fact vs. Opinion Activity
  • Note Taking Graphics Organizers
  • Differentiated Planning/Drafting/Publishing Sheets
  • Rubrics
  • Animal Research Flipbooks with Step-by-Step Visual Directions - includes over 35 different animal toppers
  • Anchor Charts - We are Experts, What We Notice, How to Writing, How to Words (blank version included), How to Sentence Starters (blank version included), How to Writing Ideas, How to Mentor Texts, Parts of Procedural Writing Pieces
  • Detailed Lesson Plans
  • Differentiated Graphics Organizers
  • Differentiated Planning/Drafting/Publishing Sheets
  • Rubrics
  • 15 Different How to Writing Crafts with Step-by-Step Visual Directions
  • We Are How To Experts Bulletin Board Set


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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are writing about and state an opinion or preference about the topic or book (e.g., My favorite book is...).
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.
With guidance and support from adults, respond to questions and suggestions from peers and add details to strengthen writing as needed.
With guidance and support from adults, explore a variety of digital tools to produce and publish writing, including in collaboration with peers.


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