Is it just me or is writing one of the hardest things to teach? There is so much that goes into it and the Common Core Standards really revamped writing. Just Reed's Ten Pin Linky is perfect for finding some new to me ideas!
Source: What the Teacher Wants
If you haven't read The Squiggle yet, it's a must read for next year! Students turn the squiggle into a picture and then write a story about it. There are a lot of squiggle options to choose from.
How cute, right?? I've used this idea the past two years and my students absolutely love it.
Source: Life in First Grade
Need to make this ASAP!
Source: Mrs. Kelly's Klass
This is great for informational writing. Most of my students are understood that they couldn't copy the exact words from a book, but this printable would really help drive that point home.
Source: For the Love of First Grade
This is the only cure for the dreaded "And Disease." My kids thought this was hysterical. I played it up whenever I met in individual conferences. I would ask the student "Are you feeling okay?" They would say they are fine and I would feel their forehead and say "Umm, I don't think so - you've got the And Disease!" ;)
Source: A Day in First Grade
Love the Rocket books!
Source: The Daily Cupcake
I always have to review spaces at the beginning of the year!! Drives me slightly bonkers!
Source: 3rd Grade's a Charm
I first saw the heart idea on The First Grade Parade, but I like how this is divided into categories with a color code.
Source: Sherry Clements' TPT Store (freebie)
Great intro to opinion writing!
Source: First Grade Fairytales
Another opinion writing option - perfect for spring time. It goes with the book Duck or Rabbit?
Those are my favorite Pinterest writing ideas! I'm always in search of more writing ideas, so I can't wait to look through everyone's post.
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