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Five Must-Read Mentor Texts for Teaching Persuasive Writing

Are you ready for your students to write persuasive essays with ease? Teaching persuasive writing is such an important skill for elementary students. It can…

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A Quick Fix for Student’s Spelling Mistakes

Spelling mistakes: they seem like a never-ending battle!  “How do you spell…..?”  “I don’t know how to spell…” may be familiar statements in many classrooms. …

Favorite Mentor Text for Teaching Opinion Writing

Opinion writing is always a fun writing genre to teach.  Students already seem to have an opinion on EVERYTHING…as I’m sure you are aware!  But,…

5 Mini-Lessons to Teach Procedural Writing

Teaching procedural writing is such a fun writing genre to teach.  Kids come in contact with procedural texts all the time, they just may not…

5 Must-Have Anchor Charts to Teach Personal Narratives

Teaching personal narratives is always fun.  Kids love to tell stories and putting their stories to paper is exciting, but it can also be challenging.…

Celebrating Women’s History Month in the Classroom

March begins Women’s History Month.  It is filled with opportunities for students to discover, celebrate, and learn about women as inventors, activists, actresses, pioneers, scientists,…

11 Favorite Mentor Text to Teach Informational Writing

Informational writing is one of the most common forms of writing that we use in our everyday lives.  Before teaching students any form of writing,…

Teaching Informative Writing

The purpose of expository writing is to inform. It has facts that are supported with reasons and details, stays on topic, helps the reader understand…

Setting Writing Goals in Writing Workshop

Setting goals is an important part of being a writer, but it can also be a hard concept for students to grasp. It is not…

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