Writer's Workshop {Flipbooks}

One of my teaching goals this year was to improve my writer's workshop. Every year, I feel like I need to work harder at getting my students to write GOOD narratives. I started this school year with this huge goal for myself and I think things are working out pretty well so far!

A few months ago, I started teaching my kiddos about beginning, middle and end. Before that, most of my students were basically writing random sentences that didn't really flow into good stories. I was happy to see how well most of my students were grasping this new concept. However, I had several writers who still struggled with understanding that the three parts of their story needed to create a sequence and form a meaningful story. In order to help these eager writers, I decided to break it down for them. By putting each part (beginning, middle, and end) on a different page, they seemed to better understand that each part had to have good substance in order to create a story that made sense. Also, by putting these pages together and making a "book", my students were REALLY motivated to write and to create their very first book! They got it. I was happy. Life was good! HA!


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Reading Intervention K-2

Working with struggling readers can be quite the task. We worry about these kids the most and spend so much time trying to figure out what can be done to help them succeed in our classrooms. If you're looking for new ideas, keep reading for 5 ways to help your struggling readers.

** Stick around.. I have a BIG FREEBIE for you at the end of this post **


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