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Learners complete multi-curricular activities for fractions, weather, rhyming words, the writing process, and a science journal. First, pupils read a poem and observe the weather to complete a weather chart. They brainstorm about the weather and complete a weather prediction activity using weather symbols. They also complete a thermometer activity, a rhyming words activity, and cause and effect activity.
Teach youngsters about the apostrophe with this writing process practice worksheet. Learners read five sentences and add in apostrophes to indicate ownership, writing the correctly punctuated words on the lines below each sentence. This resource also includes a home activity, if you choose to use it.
Teach comparative and superlative adjectives with this writing process practice worksheet. Young writers read five sentences and correct each one. In order to correct each sentence, learners must change the adjective to either a comparative or superlative adjective by using comparison words that end in -er or -est. This resource also includes a home activity, if you choose to use it.
High schoolers complete the writing process. They present final drafts of essays that include thesis statements, appropriate paragraphing, elaboration, and style. They participate in a peer editing activity that requires them to use writing prompt scoring guides to evaluate the work of their partners. The scoring guide is included, and the structure has learners assign a paper between one and four points.
Connect writing and drawing with this writing process instructional activity. Learners complete a sentence that reads "I like to play ." After they have written their sentences, each individual draws a picture of what they like to play. This resource also includes a home activity, if you choose to use it.
Introduce expository writing to your elementary learners. Young authors write a three-paragraph informational paper using the steps of the writing process. They follow guided lessons to experience each of five steps. Included are tons of links and related information. Be sure to check out the second link provided entitled "Peer Editing with Perfection!"
Reinforce topic and main idea with this writing process practice worksheet. After reading a model, young writers read 3 sets of sentences and eliminate 1 sentence in each set that does not support the main idea. As a final activity, pupils compose their own sentence to go with a provided main idea. This resource also includes a home activity, if you choose to use it.
Clarify paragraph focus with this writing process practice worksheet. After reading a model, elementary schoolers read 4 sentences and create a paragraph by choosing the three sentences that belong together. This resource also includes a home activity, if you choose to use it.