Use monthly writing prompts to encourage writing in the classroom and watch your students become amazing authors! Monthly writing prompts are fun because they are made specifically for each month and can match the holidays or themes associated with each month. Teaching writing can be challenging for many reasons, like a lack of a curriculum, time, or the imagination to… Read More
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Struggling to find the perfect resources to accompany your literacy lessons? Check out these decodable sentence-building worksheets for kindergarten & 1st-grade students. These are Science of Reading aligned too! Each worksheet is hands-on and aligned to each literacy skill, making your job so much easier! Introducing the decodable sentence building bundle! This bundle is designed for use in kindergarten or… Read More
Let’s look at my third grade informational writing unit and all its features. Plus get strategies for teaching writing to third grade students. The purpose of informational writing pieces is to tell your readers information on a topic. Informational pieces do not include characters or dramatization. Their sole purpose is to inform the reader. Are you struggling to get your… Read More
Take a peek at my list of the best mentor texts for teaching opinion writing to elementary students. These 12 titles will be a game-changer for your students to better understand the expectations of writing an opinion piece. Plus, they get to hear great literature! Why do you need to use opinion mentor texts in the classroom? First up, let’s… Read More
Are you looking for resources to teach narrative writing? I have you covered! Check out my Narrative Writing Prompts & Worksheets for the kindergarten-4th grade. There is a variety of prompts and worksheets to use in your room. Plus they are low-prep; just print and teach! KINDERGARTEN Narrative WRITING PROMPTS AND WORKSHEETS Teaching narrative writing can be difficult in kindergarten… Read More
Hey teacher friends! Today I want to share 6 verb centers that are perfect for grammar instruction for first grade and second grade students. These will make great centers for literacy time, word work, or morning practice. Why Centers Are A GaME Changer I love using centers in my classroom because they are so versatile! Students can work on them… Read More