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Restating the Question Lesson - Teaching with a Mountain View
One of the most important lessons that I teach my upper elementary students is how to restate the question in the answer. We start with a lesson about how to restate the question. PQA: Put the Question in the Answer. This can still be tricky for some kids, so we make an anchor chart together that shows them exactly how to do it. Check out my lesson and help your students to answer questions with ease. #languagearts
Using Sorts to Improve Sentence Writing
Learn how to help students identify run-on sentences and sentence fragments with a hands on sort. This activity encourages students to think about the qualities of a complete sentence and how to fix run-ons and fragments in their own writing.
Upper Elementary Writing Office
These writing offices will transform your students' independence and writing skills. There are a variety of helpful anchor charts in both sets. Use exclusively for primary or for upper elementary... or mix and match them to create the perfect differentiated office! The writing process will become more natural for elementary students! #anchorcharts #writing #writingtips #writersworkshop #anchorcharts #writingprocess #writingoffice
Monster of 17 Murray Lane: A Narrative Writing Project for Grades 3-5
Looking to engage students in narrative writing? This writing project asks students to write about a character who meets his/her monster at 17 Murray Lane. Students write descriptive sentences to describe the monster and the experience! This is a great project for October or for any time of the year. #narrativewriting #octoberwriting #mrmault
Halloween Writing Activities and Crafts
Haunted House for Sale Writing Activities will engage students, provide descriptive writing practice & make a creative October bulletin board display. Prompts, graphic organizers, template, writing paper, & craft ideas work in 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade & 5th grade classrooms. The PBL task of selling a haunted house makes learning fun. Kids love this Halloween descriptive writing lesson activity. #HauntedHouseforSale #HalloweenWriting #OctoberWritingPrompt #halloweenbulletinboard
Halloween Writing (Digital & Print): Opinion Writing - Two Focus Questions
Opinion Writing for Halloween! Two complete lessons, each with carefully chosen facts included for students to analyze, discuss, and use to support their opinion to two engaging focus questions: "Is candy corn the ultimate Halloween candy?" and "Store-bought or homemade: which type of costume is better?" Complete with lesson plan, printables, and extensions. Gr 3-5 ($).