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Make teaching narrative writing easy to understand for your 2nd grade students by using George and Martha stories as mentor texts! These picture books are short & simple so your students can easily identify the parts of a narrative text. Read all about how you can use them during writing workshop to support your students with narrative writing. As a bonus, get FREE graphic organizers and writing pages to go along with George and Martha books to use in your classroom today! Read more here!
If you hate putting memory books together, then I've got the solution for you! If you hate putting memory books together, then I've got the solution for you! All you'll need are file folders with the prongs and a two hole punch. Click through to see how you can have your students help you throughout the year, saving you time during the busy #endofyear season. This is a great idea to implement during back to school or any time of year! #TeacherHack #TeacherTip #MemoryBook
Are you looking for a fun way for your students to reflect on their learning? These pamphlets are perfect for you! Just print and pass out, that's it! At the end of every month, we reflect on everything we've learned. We talk about our spelling patterns, the books we've read, our science and social studies lessons, and everything in between. You can have students share their pamphlets with a partner, in small groups, or post them in your class, or save for Open House.
Get teacher tips, ideas, and activities to help support your early elementary grade students in writing complete sentences. Improve writing with these fun and engaging lesson plan ideas! Teach subject and predicate while building dynamic sentences. First and Second grade students will love the fun and exciting lessons to improve writing skills. Teachers will love the low-prep ideas! Learn more about teaching writing complete sentences here!
Shared writing activities provide kindergarten, first, and second grade students the opportunity to grow strong writing skills. Learn how to easily implement shared writing in your classroom with a step by step guide and what the difference is between shared writing and interactive writing. You'll feel inspired with ideas and activities for shared writing time in your classroom!