Teaching transition words

Other ways to say ... Said, Went, Scared, Big, Small, Sad, Happy, Saw, Next, Great, Good, Bad, Positive Character Words, Negative Character Words, Time Transition Words for Narratives and Transition Words for Information and Argument Texts. (16 page digital download)

Synonyms Posters - WOW Words

This file consists of 14 WOW Word Posters, 2 Character Word Posters, one poster for Time Transition Words (for Narratives) and one poster for Transition Words

Motivation, self-confidence, flexibility, teamwork, negotiation skills, respect…. Want to see more of these characteristics in your students? Find out how here. These soft skills are great for high school teachers and students.

9 Awesome Classroom Activities That Teach Job Readiness Skills

These are also excellent reminders to students of what they are expected to practice/learn in the school setting. I think that this would look great on my classroom board outside the class itself (reminder before they come inside!

I love this poster as a reference for teaching different types of transitions for different types of essay writing.

Use this poster in your common core based classroom to help students use a variety of transitions in their writing. You can also print as a handout for

I needed a simple, easy to read transition words poster for my 1st and 2nd graders, so I made this one! This poster will help your students meet Common Core standards by helping them use these temporal words and phrases to signal event order.

Traffic Light Time Transition Words Poster for Narratives - CCSS Temporal Words

I needed a simple, easy to read transition words poster for my and graders, so I made this one! This poster will help your students meet Common Core standards by helping them use these temporal words and phrases to signal event order.

Part of the TES Resources SPaG series. To help improve literacy across secondary subjects, this colourful 'desk placemat' can be printed and laminated for students to refer to during written work in any lesson. Topic words can be listed by the teacher before printing or can be added with a dry wipe pen by the student once the place mat has been laminated.

Check spelling, punctuation and grammar (SPaG) against this colourful ‘desk placemat’. The resource can be printed and laminated for students to refer to during written work in any lesson, helping to improve literacy across the secondary curriculum.

Class Charter - Jenni Mac

For the globe could use the children's handprints cut out on a mixture of green and blue card to make the globe with drawings of the children surrounding it. Class Charter done as two seperate words on bunting

Write an informational paragraph while creating a craft! Your third grade, fourth grade, or fifth grade students will love using this sandwich analogy to build a better paragraph. As they move through the writing process, kids write topic, detail, and concluding sentences on hamburger parts. They then create more parts for elaboration, word choice, and transitions. Expository writing has never been so much fun!

Paragraph Writing - Hamburger Craft for Writing Informative Paragraphs

Crafting better paragraphs is fun and easy with this free poster set and project. Kids can easily remember the steps with a hamburger paragraph analogy.

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