2nd grade writing
Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for 2nd grade writing. Get inspired and try out new things.
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'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.
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Are you ready for the month of March? We are all geared up for some fun learning this month! Our March NO PREP packets are done and we are ready to go!
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POETRY and figurative language in kindergarten and first grade - writing centers - small groups - reading and writing activities for the entire year - try FREEBIES #kindergarten #poetry #kindergartenwriting #firstgrade
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Launch your opinion writing unit with these 10 daily opinion writing lesson plans, including anchor charts, graphic organizers, opinion writing prompts and The Day the Crayons Quit craft!
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These no-prep 1st and 2nd grade writing prompts give students daily practice in a fun way to build independence and strong writing skills!
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With students in your classroom who may not have the basics of sentence writing completely down yet, it can be overwhelming to begin planning your opinion writing, or persuasive writing, unit. For young writers learning
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Did you think teaching students to write would be a snap? I mean, you are a college-educated, certified individual. How hard could it possibly be? Well, it’s a challenge, especially when just starting out. In my classroom,
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