When we started our unit on fractions and did our pre-assessments, I quickly learned that I have a small group of students who need quite a bit of intervention. Unfortunately, many of them lack basic fraction knowledge, including important vocabulary. So, I pulled this small group of students together and created this anchor chart with them. We started by simply breaking down the definition of fractions.
Posted on October 6, by Cassie We are always doing tons of writing and practice of writing of some kind. When we have different types of paper it can make writing fun. Kids love change and having different themes really does help. I love having the seasonal themed paper.
This Halloween set is really fun! There are so many different Halloween themes to pick from. Halloween is one of our favorite times of the year. Plus this is part of the 31 days of Free Printables.
My girls are all at different levels in skills and abilities.
When they can all have similar stuff but at their current level, it helps. That is why I make so many variations on the paper types. There are two types of lines on the paper. The first set has guidelines to help those kids who are working on making sure their letter formation is correct.
|Purdue OWL // Purdue Writing Lab||Obviously this interpretation is quite macabre but you could totally mix it up to make it your own - think nursery rhymes for baby showers, holiday song lyrics for christmas, bible passages for easter, dirty doodles for hen nights|
The second type of paper has just a single line for writing. This is great for older kids who know their letters and just are looking for some fun writing paper. I always like to use the paper many different ways. You can always use them for writing practice. It is fun to change things up.
Here are some ways to use this writing paper: Write about your Halloween Adventure Write a ghost Story Write about a haunted house Write a book report Write about the picture on the page Write words in highlighter words and have them trace them Practice writing letters in print or cursive Practice writing numbers Practice writing their name daily Practice writing their address Practice writing their phone number Practice spelling Words Practice writing the day of the week Practice writing months of the year Keep a journal of what you do Write letters to grandparents or other family What you will find in these printables:Hi Nadine, I just love these Paper-dolls.
It was one of my favorites when I was a little girl.
My little Princess(6) just discovered Paper-dolls, I cannot wait sharing this with her. I have been on hiatus from doing out-of-state teacher trainings recently for two reasons: 1) I'm writng a book on teaching writing, and 2) I'm preparing to retire from the classroom at .
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School themed, lined, writing paper can make them love telling you all their ideas and dreams for this very special year! Spring Lined Writing Paper A great way to spend a rainy day is writing on this specially designed writing paper.