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Informational writing can be a very new type of writing for many elementary students in 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Primary students are usually used to writing in their daily journal or creating fictional
Elizabeth Wituk saved to Writing
This informational writing anchor chart is just one example of a lesson plan from this amazing informational writing unit! Includes FREE worksheet on how to pick a good topic to write about!
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
Sorry for the long absence. My oldest kitty (17 years old next month) is not doing well. She will only eat if we hand feed her and it looks ...
Ana Cruz saved to Mathematics
I'm sharing 5 tips for How to Teach Informative Writing & details about the Informative Writing Units that have ALL you need to teach informational writing to your K, 1st or 2nd grade students.
Jean Mason saved to School Ideas
Informational Writing-Sustainable Print for Kindergarten
Stephanie Rutland Curry saved to Anchor charts
We are gearing up for the writing portion of the Virginia Standards of Learning Test. In Virginia, we test students in fifth grade, but every grade level is important. Students need a writing routine in order to be prepared. In this post, I thought I’d share how I’m helping my students with a writing process. …
Steve E North saved to Language arts
Description 2 PDFs Black & White & Teal Themes Use for posters or print out for students Transitional Words by 3 types of writing on one page for students. Opinion Informative Narrative
Primary Jax saved to Primary Anchor Charts
How to Teach Informational Writing | You probably already know that I LOVE teaching writing. And you might think I'm crazy, but nonfiction writing might be my favorite type of writing. It's hard to call favorites, but truthfully - I find it the easiest (personally) than other types of writing. I think that might be because informative writing is about "teaching." And, well, if you're a teacher...it just makes sense, right?
Juana Walcott saved to School reading