The majority of the prompts are related to the various events on our January Events Calendar. These events include birthdays, holidays, monthly celebrations, and important dates in history. Some of the dates include two different writing prompts to choose from. You can download a PDF form of the writing prompt.
Select two or three texts that have clear attributes of an All About Book If possible, find a big book or take pages that exemplify particular components of an All About Book. Have students generate lists, in their notebooks, of topics that they could develop into an All About Book.
Have each person share their topic in the circle. Scaffold or support the students in their efforts by modeling a different page or pages each day.
Show any book that has a page that shows various examples of the subject. Do the first page of the book, the introductory page.
Talk about the need to provide the reader with background information. Remind them what it takes to have a good beginning and a grabber lead. How do you get the audiences attention? Be sure students tell what their book is going to be about in this introductory page. Share some good introduction pages and do your own for your book.
They do that page. They can add any other pages they want. They may want to add more information pages. When they are finished writing, pages should be assembled and numbered before making a table of contents page. Model that for students.
This is a time that the students can do things they have seen other authors do. Day 11 - Revise and edit books. Offer mini-lessons based on observed student needs. Put the book together and work on the assessment page. They could put in a dedication page before you staple or bind it.
Discuss with students how they are now going to move away from their all about pieces and select a topic for a featured article. Explain that a featured article is the same genre however the author focuses on one aspect of the topic and goes deeper into the understanding of that topic through a particular lens or focus.
Revisit the list you developed at the beginning of the nonfiction study and have the students do the same from their notebooks.Jan 11, · Made In The Shade In Second Grade.
January 11, at PM laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said Love your organization! =) and would love to try some of your activities in my 3rd grade classroom. I was just wondering what you put on the game boards for the word work station. thanks for writing such a post.
3rd Grade Winter Activities. Pins "marshmallow points During the month of January my first grade kiddos are trying to earn marshmallow points for their row. They earn points for making good choices, following the class rules, and going above and beyond in first grade.
FREE Printable Winter Writing Papers for Literacy Center. Feb 20, · After the picture writing prompts is a link to a file that has the prompts as you see here, the prompts with no color in the background (to save on the ink cost if you need to print them), writing paper, and suggested use initiativeblog.com: Thinking Out Loud.
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Viewing 5 posts - 1 through 5 (of 5 total) Author Posts January 8, at pm mama_nicklesParticipant DS will be 3rd grade in the fall. Check out all of my printables, activities, resources, and ideas to supplement the My Father’s World 1st Grade homeschool curriculum.
Check out all of my printables, activities, resources, and ideas to supplement the My Father’s World 1st Grade homeschool curriculum.