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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Toolbox / Grades 2-5

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Students will write a diamante poem using a spring theme as the jumping off point. A diamante poem has a specific pattern that students will learn and practice. They will …

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Are you looking to provide specific feedback to your students in order to improve their writing? These samples are annotated for the specific skills students applied effectively in their writing …

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Topics:Narrative WritingStudent Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesResource by Grade LevelGrades 2-5

Do your students ever talk about what they want to be when they grow up? Do they want to milk giraffes? Or be the master of a snail farm? In …

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Are you looking to provide specific feedback to your students in order to improve their writing? These samples are annotated for the specific skills students applied effectively in their writing …

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Topics:Student Writing LessonsStudent Writing SamplesExpository WritingResource by Grade LevelGrades 2-5Response to TextExpository Student Writing Samples

Mr. Hatch keeps to himself mostly, until one day a mysterious box shows up on his doorstep. This endearing read-aloud, Somebody Loves You Mr. Hatch, by Eileen Spinelli will inspire …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5

In this engaging lesson, students will read Chris Britt’s The Most Perfect Snowman to determine what made Drift so special. This is a great way to incorporate social emotional learning …

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Is a Yeti real? How do you know if you’ve found one? In this lesson, students will listen to the read-aloud, No Yeti Yet by Mary Ann Fraser, and then …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5

Turkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it's almost Thanksgiving . . . and you're the main course. After many hilarious attempts, Turkey comes up with …

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In this lesson students will listen to the story, Crankenstein by Samantha Berger. As they listen, they'll be thinking about how you know how someone feels by paying attention to the body …

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In this lesson students will learn to identify the productive questions that author's use to generate specific elaborative detail and then use those questions to generate a segment of their own …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthGrades 2-5