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A Rate Your Writing poster

A Rate Your Writing poster

This is a cute little mini-poster to have in your Literacy Center or posted during Writer's Workshop to help show your students how they can add details and sparkle words to stretch their sentences. I have also included a supporting worksheet to use when introducing your students to stretching a sentence.

This is a cute little mini-poster to have in your Literacy Center or posted during Writer's Workshop to help show your students how they can add details and sparkle words to stretch their sentences. I have also included a supporting worksheet to use when introducing your students to stretching a sentence.

Rate Your Writing - Writing Rubric Posters for Primary Grades

Rate Your Writing - Writing Rubric Posters for Primary Grades

Rate yoour writing

Rate yoour writing

need to make this poster to remind students how easy it is to turn boring writing into exciting, descriptive writing ; )

need to make this poster to remind students how easy it is to turn boring writing into exciting, descriptive writing ; )

Great first grade checklist/anchor chart to remind students what they need in their writing

Great first grade checklist/anchor chart to remind students what they need in their writing

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

I love this! It is so important for students to see models! Using a rubric scale to compare weak and strong writing models is a great way for students to begin to reflect on their own writing!

Children learn about their world by using their senses, first through actual use of each sense and then by visualising the feeling - start early and encourage the use of senses!

Children learn about their world by using their senses, first through actual use of each sense and then by visualising the feeling - start early and encourage the use of senses!

First, next, then, last... Writing. Use with my ELA intervention class, yep!

First, next, then, last... Writing. Use with my ELA intervention class, yep!

What are they doing?

What are they doing?