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Submitted by Kelly M. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook! My students were given the assignment to write a story about a lost mitten from the point of view of that lost mitten. They were to tell about … Continue reading
Back to School… The students write on the apple cores. “My first day of school was…” Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
I wish….. Have students write on clovers what their wishes are for themselves, their families, their future, etc. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Natalie N Students write a paragraph about themselves giving clues. They draw a picture to go along with their paragraph. An example- I am a 9 year old girl. I have brown hair an green eyes. My favorite … Continue reading
I Like Christmas Because- Christmas writing lesson for elementary, Christmas art lesson for elementary, and Christmas bulletin board
“I like Christmas because…..” Students do a writing assignment (using your criteria) based on that prompt. Make writings into decorative Christmas ornaments and hang. “Like” teachertime123 on facebook here.
From primroseschools.com The Importance of Teaching Children to Write Offered by Dan Gilbert on behalf of Primrose Schools, an enriched preschool with supreme child care services, helping children to flourish in all aspects of life. Language acquisition is an orderly … Continue reading
Click on the following links: http://www.theholidayzone.com/halloween/writing.html http://www.scholastic.com/teachers/lesson-plan/scary-starters-writing-activity-ideas http://www.build-creative-writing-ideas.com/free-creative-writing-prompts-halloween.html
From : oldschoolteach.wordpress.com/ WRITE ON! WHY I LOVE KIDBLOG! A friend of mine was observed the other day. Her students were creating mini-books about the selection they read in the anthology. Little stapled books, a square for the picture, … Continue reading
Scribblitt describes themselves as a “launch pad for creativity where kids grab an idea, and using tools provided and collaboration with other kids, teachers, writers and publishers, take it where they want to go, making their own characters, story and … Continue reading
Let your students have some fun and create some superheroes! Have students come up with a Superhero 1.They must decide what special powers he/she has. 2. They must design the Superhero. 3. They must write a creative story about this … Continue reading
From twowritingteachers.wordpress.com Today I was reminded of the importance of education. At the start of a new school year there is always a lot of talk about the dynamics of a classroom. How many kids in your class? How many … Continue reading
Write, assemble, and create your own comic strips on this site. This site requires a log-in. http://professorgarfield.com/pgf_comics_lab.html
Have your students write cinquain poems, a paragraph, or any type of writing you choose about their favorite animals. Then create an art project in the style of children’s book author and illustrator Eric Carle. *First, divide the class into groups … Continue reading
From scholastic.com Click on the following link, let the students “spin” the Story Starter Machine to generate creative writing prompts. http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/storystarters/storystarter1.htm