Teaching opinion writing can be a lot of fun in First Grade. Firsties have LOTS of opinions, and they love to share them! Here are a few ideas that have helped me to teach opinion writing to first graders. Start by teaching students how to write a topic sentence. I have found that having an anchor chart with sentence starters for students to refer to is super helpful. I like to create the chart in front of the students. It might look something like this: Once the chart is completed, hang it…
Kinder Alphabet - Teacher Resources in English and Spanish
Daily Journal Prompts with a picture/word bank. Includes 4 themes for November (Differentiated for 3 levels of writing) 1-with sentence starters 2- without sentences starters 3- more writing space for advanced writers
This resource is a must-have for teaching Opinion/Persuasive Writing. Simply print and go! This is a year's worth of worksheets that includes student friendly and also seasonal topics (so that students can have fun writing opinion pieces throughout the school year, e.g. Easter, Halloween, Christmas, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter)!
Winter Writing Prompts (3-5)
23 writing prompts in all! 12 winter writing prompts to use when the weather outside is chilly, 3 Christmas prompts, one Hanukkah prompt, and 7 blank prompts for students to create their own stories based on the provided clip art. These are best suited for 3rd-5th graders, click here for prompts f...
Articles Worksheets For 3rd Grade (a / an/the)
Share this on WhatsAppWe have prepared a list of worksheets with the key based on English Grammar Articles (a / an/the) for 3rd grade. It contains 7 pages. You can download the PDF below, Download: Articles Worksheets For 3rd Grade (a / an/the) (Visited 4,590 times, 4 visits today)
Money Game and Family Wants and Needs
Hello Everyone! We have been working hard this week on identifying coins and telling their value. Today we created a whole group game to h...