Sunday, January 23, 2011

Hooks, Details, and Endings!



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My co-teacher was given a document by her mentor that I thought was VERY useful!  Of course, I had to change it up to make sure it had cute clip-artso, here is the end result.  I hope you can find these documents useful with teaching writing!  I know that we are going to include them in our student’s monthly writing journal along with other helpful files, like a monthly calendar full of ideas found at www.busyteacherscafe.com.  My next post will probably include details on what all we include in our writing journals each month!



Enjoy!

17 comments:

  1. Great resources!! Thanks :)
    www.msdurning.blogspot.com

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  2. Wonderful! I am working with my students on writing better sentences, too!

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  3. I love it! I'll put them to use this week :) Thanks!

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  4. Wow!! Thank you for sharing.....

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  5. These are wonderful, thank you so much for sharing them! :)

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  6. Thank you for sharing! These will help my first graders too!

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  7. I am currently taking a 6-trait writing class and these are perfect. However I can't figure out how to download them so I can print them out. Can you explain to me what to do. Thanks.

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  8. Nevermind my last post. I continued reading and found out what to do. :) Thank you for all that you do.

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  9. This is exactly what I need for this week's writing lessons. LOVE YOU & THIS!

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  10. I am glad that you are all finding this as useful as I am. Whiters-I will see you tomorrow to catch up!!!

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  11. Just found your blog and love it! Thanks for the awesome resources!!!

    -Bethany
    www.learningisajourney.com

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  12. These are perfect! Thank you for sharing.

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  13. How do you print these great ideas? My students would enjoy having these ideas in their writing folders. Thanks for the help.

    JWI

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  14. You click on the gray box above the document...this will take you to google docs where you can print and save!
    P.s. You have to have a google docs account to do this. It is free!

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  15. Hi Mrs. Nielson!

    Your blog is fantastic! This is my 6th year teaching - but 1st year in 2nd grade. It's so great to visit your blog and get some many great ideas. Thanks so much for sharing:) If you get a chance, my little blog is www.ohsecondgrade.blogspot.com . Nothing noteworthy on there yet - but hope to add some new ideas soon:)

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  16. I love this!! I created something earlier this year to help my kiddos but this is great!! Thanks so much for sharing!! (to all of you guys!)

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