Do you need something quick and easy for letter recognition and handwriting? Then this is the packet for you!
After our OT visited our classroom and did a Tall, Small and Fall letter lesson with my students, I realized we needed a little more
This How-To product includes
-Picture posters to help your students organize their thinkings
-Ideas for writing
-Paper options with pictures in the corner
-Rubric for grading the composition
-Rubric for grading conventions
-Checklist for revising
This checklist will help your young learners be sure they have a five star sentence when writing. Simply print, laminate, cut and tape down to your student desks. Students can use a dry erase marker to check off if they have correct capital
A quick printable when you need to do sentence dictation with your class. There is a space for grading as well as sentence dictation for up to four sentences!
On this printable you will also find a 5 star sentence checklist. This checklist will
Grade with ease! This rubric, which can be used for personal or realistic fiction narratives, will help you grade student stories with ease! This rubric is very specific and contains each component for what the common core standards says a
Have you ever read the books Are you an ____? By Judy Allen?
This print-and-go resource can be used in conjunction with her books OR with other informational books about the insects that are included.
I'm always looking for a quick way to pre
This packet is your one-stop-shop for all you need when starting and continuing a How-To unit using strong adjectives and verbs with your students.
Here’s what’s included:
*How We How-To (Long Form)
*How We How-To (List
Realizing our students are visual learners, we started putting pictures to each step in the writing process. We had great success using these visual pictures to accompany each step in the Opinion Writing Process.
This print ready packet includes
These print ready bracelets are the perfect thing to motivate your young learners!
I used the first grade common core standards however, you can also use these bracelets to encourage students during enrichment or remediation depending on where
Do you want a way to encourage your young writers? Then, this is your answer!
These bracelets will not only encourage your young authors, they will also keep parents informed about what their child is doing in your classroom.
You can print, cut
This is a show what you know resource that is intended to be used at the end of a writing unit.
Students will be able to tell the world what they know about each type of writing that is done throughout the year. Blank pages as well as pages with
Don't Let the Pigeon books are one of our all time favorites. This is where the inspiration for this packet comes from!
In this packet you will find.....
*A printable journal cover for each month with a color and black and white option
Writing Talks was created out of an idea that students need to talk about sentences and see them written correctly. The conversation about sentences helps in language development, grammar, and writing sentences correctly. In this resource you will
With this Curious Firsties Freebie, you will be able to take your writers through the exciting process of writing! This process begins with Thinking and ends with Revising and Editing. One way to use this resource is by placing each student's name
Celebrate your student accomplishments by giving them a bracelet!
With this freebie for listening and following directions, you can reward your students by putting this bracelet on their arm, backpack, or lunchbox
This tree map can be used before or after reading books about The Gingerbread Man. Students will love filling this out on their own or as a group.
We glued this sheet in our interactive writing notebook to be used as a reference for a larger
Are you looking for a summer motivational tool? Then, you've come to the right place. Use these motivational punch cards to help your children achieve success while taking care of daily chores and routines.
Each sheet contains 10 cards with a