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Asvor Lognberg saved to Enskt
Hello Everyone!! Happy New year to all of you! The end of 2015 and the beginning of 2016 have been very emotional for me. We started off our winter break visiting my son, Jordan in Indiana. He has made his way into the hearts of the people of southwest Indiana with his amazing storytelling and reporting for the local news station. And...He just bought his first house. We are so excited for him! We loved spending time with him over Christmas. --- On our drive back home, we kept getting texts…
Caitlyn Williams saved to Opinion
This category is for opinion writing worksheets for early learners. Most of the worksheets and printables are absolutely free. Your students will love them.
Free writing and phonics worksheets for kindergarten and first grade.
Marilyn Moore saved to Homeschool
Oreos can make pervasive writing more fun! I came across a graphic organizer titled "OREO" when researching ways to teach facts and opinions. I ended up getting way off track but in the end found a brand new-to-me teaching idea. I decided to try this method with Alyssa (Age 8). It was something different from our regular routine which provided a little more variety to our homeschool day. Prior to using the Oreo Opinion Organizer we watched an OREO powerpoint to introduce the method and…
Hannah Flannery saved to Teaching ideas
Well, today was the first official day back to school after the longest winter break ever (seriously, 19 days!) with a snow day at the very beginning and then two in a row tacked on at the end. If you are a mid-westerner like myself, you were definitely in the same boat with these frigid wind-chills and mounds of snow. In fact, I had to give my little Honda a pep talk this morning to get through some of those side streets that were still in desperate need of some plowing. "C'mon Hondie, you…
Erica Chojnacki saved to Teaching Ideas
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
Veronica Underwood saved to 1st writing