6 Best Writing Lessons Ever
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6 Best Writing Lessons Ever

Toolbox / K-1

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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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Topics:Grade 2Lesson of the MonthK-1Grades K-1

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

Reading on my iPad is great! Except for one thing! I rarely know the title of the book I’m reading because I do not see the cover. This is a …

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Topics:Resources from WorkshopsNarrativeK-1