The Writing Process: Printables, Posters, Signs

Teach your students the writing process. Remind them of each step with classroom posters available for printing at any of the links below.

Print on regular copy paper or on pre-decorated printer paper available at most Dollar Tree stores. Laminate or put in a sheet protector and hang up. Students can also keep these in their writing notebooks.

ReadThinkWrite.org
Steps of the writing process

http://www.scribd.com
Questions for students to consider during each step

Google docs – LiteracyByDesign
Writing process sign plus teaching tips

Google docs – Greenville.k12.sc.us
Writing process plus explanation of each step

FlipFlopTeacher.blogspot (early education level writing process posters)
Zebra, Polka Dot, Primary Colors Polka Dot

ShenanigansInSecond.blogspot.com
Short and sweet posters

 

Free Worksheets

RHL School: Free worksheets that are ready to print and use. These are best for upper elementary through middle school years.

Reading Comprehension

English Basics

Math Problem Solving

Research Skills

Math Computation

Let’s Learn to Tell Time! (Free ebook)

FREE ebook with 30 pages of worksheets, flashcard printables and teaching tips to help young children learn to tell time.  For Ages 5 thru 8.

Date Available: Jan 5, 2011
This freebie comes from Homeschool Freebie of the Day. Things are generally available for a day or two.  So don’t wait!

Green Teaching Tip:
Laminate this activity pack the frugal way — with clear tape or contact paper. And put the worksheets inside sheet protectors and give the student a dry erase marker.

 

[Fire Safety/Cooking] Free coloring pages/activities sheets

These make great “I’m Done” activities as well as regular classroom material:

October is National Fire Prevention Month. Teach the basics of fire safety with these FREE samplers from Dover pubs for PreK-2nd Grade, 3rd-5th Grade, 6th-8th Grade, and 9th-12th Grade.

This week’s highlights include:
–Free Activities About Fire Prevention and Animals
–Coloring Pages, Puzzles, Drawing Lessons, History, More
–Special Feature: Dover’s Color & Cook Books

Click Here to See This Week’s Samples
To sign up to receive the Dover Teacher’s Sampler, please click here.

Interested in buying Dover products? Get 10% off and Free Shipping on orders of $50 or more doverpublications.com/teacherdiscount

Read-O-Meter Form

I use this form in the classroom to keep track of the number of minutes student spend reading for the Pizza Hut Book It program.

This form is customizable. Simply write your student’s names in the space provided. Color in the appropriate number of squares per 15 minutes of reading. Start at the bottom just like a real thermometer would. When the student has read 300 minutes (or whatever the goal is), its pizza time!

For example, if a student read for 30 minutes for the entire week, then color in 2 squares only. If read for 60 minutes, then color from the bottom up to the square with the number “60” in it.

Posting this form on a wall helps students know exactly how many minutes they have currently read. Update weekly.

Download  Read O Meter here!

 

 

Free Math Sheets

2 Print and Play Games Sheets:

Throw Two to practice addition to 12.
Caterpillars a strategy game for 2 players. This one is great for all ages even the adults.



To get your free Print and Play Fun Sheets just go to
www.makingmathmorefun.com/lmmf/ppfs.htm

Reading Rockets: Guides from Reading Rockets

Reading Rockets has free printable reading guides available. They are for parents and teachers. Click here to read the Guides from Reading Rockets.

Free Math Games

From the Make Math Fun Newsletter

FREE collection of Print and Play Games Sheets

including Isolation

Tricky Triangles and Tic Tac Toe with a twist.

Click on this link Making Math Fun Games and follow the instructions.


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