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Get your students ready to welcome the new season in a fun way with these fall writing crafts! These are a great tool to use as students share their excitement and favorite things about fall. Ideas, Acorn Craft, Classroom Ideas, Fall Writing, Pumpkin Crafts, Themed Crafts, Acorn Crafts, Writing Crafts, Primary Classroom
Fall Writing Crafts
Get your students ready to welcome the new season in a fun way with these fall writing crafts! These are a great tool to use as students share their excitement and favorite things about fall.
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Conversations from the Classroom: Summer Writing Craft Freebie
Are you ready for summer? To help you start this season off on the right foot, I want to share a summer writing craft. This sun craft can be paired with your favorite summer book or as a way to share a summer adventure or memory.
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A Poem a Day Activities for Kids - Imagination Soup
a poem a day daily activities for kids during Poetry Month or any month
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Picture Books about Writing for Kids
Reading and writing make a pretty great pair, right? I mean, our students get some of their best ideas from books they have read. When it comes to helping kids become better writers, I like to draw upon picture books as mentor texts. Here are some of my favorite picture books about writing for kids. These are sure to inspire some great writing!
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The Sandwich Swap Activities
After reading The Sandwich Swap, students can create this sandwich craft booklet. I have included several ideas for writing prompts, but you can also choose your own.
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Classroom Postcards
Students love to receive notes from their teacher! In our digital world, a handwritten or personalized note can add that special touch and let students know how much you care. Classroom postcards are a quick and easy way to jot a personal note to your students, communicate with families about an upcoming school event, let families know when school supplies are getting low, and more! Here are several ways you can use postcards in the classroom.
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Writing Tip: Revising Sentence Beginnings
Do you dread reading some of the writing pieces your students have written because each and every sentence starts the same way? Here’s a quick tip I want to share with you that I have used with 2nd, 3rd, and 4th grade writers to help when revising sentence beginnings.
winter writing crafts for kids to practice their writing skills
Winter Writing Crafts
Winter is the perfect inspiration for writing crafts! From hot cocoa and sledding to penguins and polar bears, there’s sure to be something fun for your students to create. Here are some winter crafts to keep your students writing all season long.
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Fun and Informative Writing Examples for Upper Elementary Students - Chalk & Apples
fun and informative writing examples for kids in upper elementary
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Hey, Little Ant Opinion Writing Craft
After reading Hey, Little Ant students can decide if they would rather squish or save the ant. Students can attach this kid craft as a topper to their opinion writing. These would look great on a bulletin board or as part of a student portfolio.
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When No One is Looking {An Entertaining Poem for Kids}
I don't know about you, but sometimes I just need to take a break from expository, narrative, and opinion writing and introduce poetry to my students to capitalize on their creativity. While poetry is a great way for students to express that creativity, sometimes students need a gentle nudge to get started. That's why I love using different poetry forms with my students. Today I'm here to share with you a very entertaining poem template that my students love: When No One is Looking.
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Classroom Postcards
Students love to receive notes from their teacher! In our digital world, a handwritten or personalized note can add that special touch and let students know how much you care. Classroom postcards are a quick and easy way to jot a personal note to your students, communicate with families about an upcoming school event, let families know when school supplies are getting low, and more! Here are several ways you can use postcards in the classroom.
the title for 6 fall writing crafts, with scissors and paper on top of it
Fall Writing Crafts
Get your students ready to welcome the new season in a fun way with these fall writing crafts! These are a great tool to use as students share their excitement and favorite things about fall.