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

hand strengthening, fine motor and letter practice in one awesome activity for kids. Combine scissor skills with playdough/straw play

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.

Illustrating Literal Meaning vs. Author's Meaning for figurative language

Use sticky notes to illustrate Literal Meaning vs. Author's Meaning for figurative language. Great activity for all learners to practice comprehension skills.

This is a great picture to use for prepositions!

What a great picture to teach prepositions, adjectives, nouns.the works! Or position words in pre-k/k :)

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!

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