Writing 2- An easy way to get children interested in writing is to have them write letters to the teacher and other students. I would use the mailbox for "students of the week" all of the other students would write nice, encouraging notes to that student. It would also be helpful in the way of teaching respect toward other students.

Writing 2- An easy way to get children interested in writing is to have them write letters to the teacher and other students. I would use the mailbox for "students of the week" all of the other students would write nice, encouraging notes to that student. It would also be helpful in the way of teaching respect toward other students.

Each Friday, one student recieves a letter telling them that they will be the star student the following week. The students write letters to each other

Each Friday, one student recieves a letter telling them that they will be the star student the following week. The students write letters to each other

Play-Based Classroom: Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment

Play-Based Classroom: Reggio-Emilia: How To Bring the Most Out of Your Early Learning Environment

Take a photo of each student on the first and last day of school, then put them side by side & send them home as an end of year gift!

Take a photo of each student on the first and last day of school, then put them side by side & send them home as an end of year gift!

Teacher Gift - Chalkboard Class Birthday Calendar- 30 Name Circles- Made to Order

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Simple, easy way to transform your reading table- ribbon and fabric! Too cute- I need to pin this for my room next year.

Simple, easy way to transform your reading table- ribbon and fabric! Too cute- I need to pin this for my room next year.

From prompt to final draft, here is a step-by-step process to help your students write opinion, informative, and narrative paragraphs. Especially for first and second grade!

Paragraph Writing Practice Paragraph of the Week for Grades 1-2

From prompt to final draft, here is a step-by-step process to help your students write opinion, informative, and narrative paragraphs. Especially for first and second grade!

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