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Happy February! Time for Pawsitively Teaching and Inspired Owl's Corner Pick 3 Linky! Here are my top three pins that I'll use in the classroom this month. I guess number one needs to be this video of snowflake making. It is particularly good for early elementary. It shows many snowflake photographs, explains how snowflakes are made and shows them being formed in the lab, and introduces Dr. Libbrecht, a physicist at Caltech and leading expert on snowflakes. It's a must for any discussion or…
I have a fun and cute editor's checklist for primary and elementary students. An Editor's Checklist is essential when writing. Students have the hardest time editing themselves. They always think what they've written is just fine. In reality, it's not. To be able to evaluate their own work takes skill. In the first editor's checklist I use the CAPS poster below. I tell my students, “Don’t Forget Your C.A.P.S.” C.A.P.S. is an acronym for students to remember to use while editing their own…
Sierra Bennett saved to Teaching and Kid Ideas
First grade anchor charts are great tools for reminding kids about concepts in math, writing, spelling, science, and more! Check out these great ideas.
A generic checklist for self assessment. Writing Sucess Checklist
Katie Muller saved to grade 4 language
If you’re teaching writing with the writing process model of Writing Workshop, then you’ll want to grab these FREE Editing Checklist for K-5 Learners. *This post contains affiliate links. **The free downloads can be found at the END of this post. Just click on the teal download button. Free Editing Checklists for K-5 Learners ... Read More about Free Editing Checklists for K-5 Learners
Teach your students how to check their own sentence to make sure it is complete with this FREE writing sentences checklist download.
Laura Cawyer saved to 3rd grade
5 writing strategies on how I turned my classroom from students who could barely write their own name, to amazing writers by the end of the year...
pistolsandpumpjacks saved to teaching stuff
This year, my school set a goal to improve in writing. I will admit, while I love doing writing activities with my class, I am definitely not an expert when it comes to teaching writing. I think that's because we don't have to take standardized writing tests in second grade, so I've never stressed about it too much. I have my kids write in their journals each day, but it's more just for leisure as it's not graded. And while we do write stories and stuff, it's just never been the biggest…
In today's post, I'm sharing the strategies that I use when my students don't write enough.
Candida Chaffin saved to 1st Grade Ideas
Description EDITABLE Writing Checklist Anchor Chart This Writer's Checklist anchor chart is perfect for your young writers to refer to and self-edit their writing pieces of all genres (explanatory, expository, informational text, fiction, small moments, narrative, etc.)! This resource has just received a MAJOR update, with an EDITABLE version now included! I also had requests to have a less "clip art" heavy chart, which is now included as well. There is a 2 per page PDF version you can print…
Deonnah Davis saved to Teacher Life.