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Summer writing

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Summer writing. Get inspired and try out new things.
This All About Me Summer Memories art and creative writing activity is ideal for back to school in the classroom. 4th, 5th, 6th, 7th grade teachers can use this as a fun first week back lesson, encouraging kids to reflect on their summer break. The finished art phones make great displays for bulletin boards and open house. Click the ‘visit’ button to view this detailed teacher resource in full

Description Back to school Art Fun! Engage children creatively with this Instagram style 'Summer Memories' art and writing cell phone activity. Children can reflect, and capture a visual essence of their summer break using images and words. Teachers can get to know more about their new classroom individuals in an imaginative way. This activity invites students to cut out and make their own fold-out booklet style cell phone, and then to complete the image making on the front cover and the…

Are you looking for fun activities to keep your kids learning during the summer break?  Avoid the summer slide with these hands-on activities that are perfect for Preschool going into Kindergarten!

Are you looking for fun activities to keep your kids learning during the summer break? Avoid the summer slide with these hands-on activities that are perfect for Preschool going into Kindergarten!

Show kids how awesome handwriting is, and how awesome they can be. Free…

Show kids how awesome handwriting is, and how awesome they can be. Free Printable: Journal Writing Prompts For Kids #BICFightForYourWrite

Fun Writing Prompts for Kids: 30 Day Kids Writing Challenge

Get kids writing with our 30 day challenge. The free printable invites children to write a variety of text types with 30 writing prompts. For home or school.

People and Places to Know freebie - Do your students know who the name of their mayor, president, or even their principal? What about their capital city and state? Have them research these facts and create study cards to learn them.

Increase your ability to teach social studies in an informative, and entertaining way through the use of Laura Candler webinars.