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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

March Lessons of the Month

by Kylene Reed, on Mar 3, 2020 7:48:27 AM

grow, genre, vocabulary, details, descriptionsI loved putting together the March lessons, and I can't wait to share them with you! This month’s lessons are all about the power of our words. In any genre that our students write, we want to develop their vocabulary and promote powerful details and descriptions in their writing. Help “grow” healthy writers this spring who produce strong samples filled with compelling vocabulary and sentence variety.


Click below to download your free lessons today! I would LOVE, LOVE for you to share a sample or two with all of us on my Love to Write and Read All-Day FB page

K-1 Lesson         Grades 2-4        Grades 5-8

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Topics:EW Lesson of the MonthElaborative DetailMarch 2020Student Writing SamplesVocabularyDescriptionsSentence Variety


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