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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Toolbox / Grades K-1

Toolbox / Grades K-1

Students will review the “NO GO” words, listen to several books about spring, and then write a poem using the “NO GO” words. Worms wiggle, flowers bloom, caterpillars crawl! How …

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Students are going to love this trip to the ocean in the text, Ocean Animals from Head to Tail by Stacey Roderick and Kwanchai Moriya. In this text, they’ll be …

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The literature connection for this lesson, Ten Things I Love About You by Daniel Kirk, says it all. Our youngest authors will learn to express themselves as they think about …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1

K-1 Graphic Organizer First, examine the Narrative Writing Diamond used in grade 2 and beyond so that you can see the progression that your students will make as they move beyond …

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K-1 Graphic Organizer First, examine the Informational/Expository Pillar used in grade 2 and beyond so that you can see the progression that your students will make as they move beyond …

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Students will learn all about polar bears in this simple, informative text and then have the opportunity to respond to the text by writing several informational sentences. As always, sentence …

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Inspired by the book, The Hat, by Jan Brett, students will learn to share their opinion respectfully by choosing their favorite hat. This is a great time to discuss kindness …

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In this ancient and often told legend, hungry travelers concoct a plan to convince the townspeople to share a small amount of their food in order to make a meal …

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In this lesson, students will listen to the book, A Bad Case of Stripes by David Shannon and then decorate a face with a bad case of ...(their choice) and write a description …

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In this lesson students will recognize story proportions using the Simplified Narrative Diamond and create a "Stretched out Middle" using literature as a jumping off point. Lesson Format- PowerPoint Here …

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Topics:Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1