Writing Lesson Plans
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Peer Editing Sheet
*TOTALLY FREE!* One of the best ways for students to edit, is with their peers. Often when editors get a chance to look at another person's writing, they can pick up on quite of few of the mistakes that the original author never would have noticed. This peer editing sheet was created in order to give students a structured and organized way to critically analyze their classroom peers writing efforts.
Respond to a Picture Prompt Sentence Writing for the Google Classroom
Can your students write complete correct sentences? With this digital resource, students type a sentence while responding to picture prompts. A planning prewrite page is provided before students write their complete sentence. Use Google Slides in your Google classroom. Works well for elementary students and ELLs (English Language Learners).
Claims vs. Statements Sort Activity DIGITAL and PRINT Distance Learning
This claims vs. statements sorting activity is such a fun and challenging way to help your students understand what a claim (or thesis statement) REALLY is. Your students will better understand this concept, think critically, and be prepared to write argu
Halloween Craft Monster Craft and Writing
Spookify your classroom by adding these silly little monsters to your bulletin board this fall! A fun way to practice descriptive writing allowing your students to describe their monsters. If your school does not celebrate Halloween, you can use this craft when studying the letter M!