Kindergarten WRITER'S WORKSHOP
Free Sentence Building
Free sentence building has 10 pages of sentence building worksheets. This product is great for pre-K, kindergarten and first grade students. These pages will teach children to read, write and build sentences. Children are encouraged to use thinking skills while improving their comprehension and writing skills. These pages are great for morning work, word work and literacy centers. Preschool | Kindergarten | First Grade | First Grade | Free Sentence Building
Spaghetti and Meatball Spacing: A Kindergarten Writing Lesson
Teach your students about correct spacing within their writing! Includes writing paper and printables for an anchor chart. Keywords: kindergarten, writing, spacing, writers workshop, fine motor, anchor charts, intervention, literacy, literacy centers, spa
FREE Fix It Up Sentences
This is a FREE sample from my Fix it up Sentences All Year. This pack includes 10 Free pages. ***Save big by purchasing Fix It Up! GROWING BUNDLE*** The sentences are not capitalized and not punctuated. Have your students correct and rewrite the sentences. Not only your students get extra practice capital letters and punctuation the sentences, they will also get extra practice reading and writing sight words. Writing will make your kids think!
The Day the Crayons Quit Mini Response - Free
FREEBIE: After reading the popular book 'The Day the Crayons Quit", use this fun read and response activity in class! Students fill in the name of the color they choose to write about, write their favorite thing to draw with that color, and then draw a picture. Great for your kindergarten classroom
Free Morning Message Sample - Works for Traditional and Digital Classrooms!
Scamper will help your students learn editing and letter writing skills. Children love to read and edit the letters that she writes to them each day for a month. A great way to make daily oral language fun for your students.
Poem of the Week Activities for the Primary Classroom
This rain poem is the perfect way to incorporate poetry activities into your daily lessons this spring! By using a poem of the week, you help build reading fluency, phonics and phonemic awareness skills, comprehension, concepts of print and more! Don’t forget to check out the great poetry writing prompt perfect for creating a copycat poem!