Teaching students to "show" in their writing.

writing, narrative writing, Good anchor chart for descriptions for feelings. Great to emphasize for narrative writing and making interesting word choices. Perfect for teaching Show, Not Tell.

hand strengthening, fine motor and letter practice in one awesome activity for kids

Playdough Learning: Prewriting for Toddlers

such an easy but fun idea for the beginning of Kindergarten

Literacy Center Idea: Lay out a complete alphabet with letter cards, then let kids sort letters to match. Use letter tiles from games, plastic/magnetic letters, by marsha

Make a wonderful book corner using story cut outs from Twinkl!

Stick man Gruffalo BFG Winnie the Pooh Alice in Wonderland Peter Pan Peter Rabbit Jemima Puddle-duck Cinderella Katie Morag Fantastic Mr.

Hi, friends! We're in the home stretch! Just a few more weeks! Since we just wrapped up our opinion unit, I thought I'd post all about how we used one of our favorite stories to learn all about wri

Opinion Writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" (One Sharp Bunch)

- Oliver Jeffers) Get your primary students excited about opinion writing with "The Day the Crayons Quit" and this super cute crayon craftivity! Your kiddos are sure to be engaged as they complete this persuasive letter to their favorite color!

It's the Handwriting Fairy! - Reinforce good handwriting by letting them write with fancy pencils.

It's the Handwriting Fairy! - Reinforce good handwriting by letting them write with fancy pencils. Maybe they can use pencils like this for their final drafts!

#Stick man display Joined twigs from the garden, the children added their stick man details onto their sticks! Massive hit in reception class. EYFS Literacy

man display Joined twigs from the garden, the children added their stick man details onto their sticks! Massive hit in reception class.

Book bunting! I made mine by photocopying the cover x2 and sticking them back to back, sandwiching ribbon between the two, before leaving a save and sticking on the next one. Very effective in the cloakroom area and a conversation starter between children and adults alike.

Book cover banner - great use for all of those hardcover dust jackets. This would be the ideal reason to sort book covers by color, make it seasonal.

author study corner

Author Study- love the idea of always keeping an active author study. There are so many great authors to introduce to kids. These are great to set up after a read aloud so students can see more of the author's writings. {Image only}

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