This is a 3-Point Expository Paragraph Outline that students can see the paragraph writing steps easier. Students can use it as a reminder handout to review or as a learning tool. I have my students color it for visual reminders.
Circle displays perfect for adding Class rules or Writing Steps or anything! I left it in Word for you to simply add text boxes in your chosen font and words.
I added a variety of colors and borders for the displays. Choose your colors and use
This includes 5 different prompts. My students complete the back first by writing topic sentences, supporting details, and concluding sentence. They must then copy the sentences into a complete paragraph on the front. This has helped my students
This is a PowerPoint that goes through the capitalization rules. I usually will give the students a copy of the rules listed the same way to keep in the binders so they always have the rules to refer back to. It gives examples and then has a
This is a PowerPoint presentation that I use in order to introduce and teach nouns to my students. It starts with basic information about nouns and then it goes into proper nouns and common nouns. It ends with slides about how to make nouns
This is a powerpoint that I made to use after my students finish their narrative rough drafts.I have them go step by step through the powerpoint with me and their papers in front of them. They fix things and revise as we progress through the
This is a set I created in order to help my students know what to do with all of the blank space on the writing state test. Each time I give them this packet, I delete a part of the steps and leave a blank instead. This way by the time the test
As a 4th grade teacher, writing a quality expository composition can be difficult for my students. I created this form to help them walk through the process of creating reasons or how to accomplish things. Once those ideas are created, they form an
This is a great memory/concentration game for kids of all ages to learn their contractions. Students will turn over all cards and must match contractions to the 2 words that match. Great for a center or early finishers, or even ESL students.