When autocomplete results are available use up and down arrows to review and enter to select. Touch device users, explore by touch or with swipe gestures.

Third Grade Writing

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Third Grade Writing. Get inspired and try out new things.

Opinion Writing

This fun introduction to Opinion Writing is great for kindergarten and first grade students. Your students will love expressing their opinions with these writing prompts!You will find 21 Opinion Writing prompts where students have to choose one or the other. For example: What is the best season -...

More information...

Anchor Charts

Here you will find a collection of anchor charts that have been helpful in my classroom. To find the post related to the anchor chart click ...

More information...

How to Survive the Winter Holidays as a Teacher •

The winter holidays are the busiest and most chaotic time! Read on for a post chock full of ideas, tips, books, and much more for the season!

More information...

My Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts

Anchor chart inspiration for elementary teachers. Use my Not-So-Pinteresty Anchor Charts for Reading, Math, Grammar, and Writing.

More information...

So You Want to Start a Makerspace?

My most frequently asked question in emails and blog posts is how to start, schedule, and manage an elementary Makerspace. I've had a Maker area for K-2nd Grade in my classroom for the past five years, and for almost two years, my room has served as a full blown Makerspace for two days per week, serving close to 300 early childhood students. (Our sweet full day Pre-K babies have also recently joined our Makerspace time!) I've learned A LOT about how to organize, manage, and schedule effectively, what to do, and what not to do. I'm also always seeking out

More information...

Tackling the Personal Narrative, Part 1

I’ve been thinking about personal narratives a lot lately. First, I heard uber-dedicated fifth grade teacher Colby Sharp (@colbysharp)...

More information...

10 Things to Remember When Writing a Narrative | Book Units Teacher

Teaching students to write a good narrative is an ongoing process. Begin by teaching character traits, point of view/perspective, setting, theme, plot development, and so on. Students need a basic…

More information...

Complete Sentences and Beyond! - Teaching with a Mountain View

Here is a super fun and easy group activity you can try to teach your students complete sentences and beyond.

More information...

Writing Narrative Endings - Young Teacher Love

I have to be honest. Teaching writing is tough. Each year, I set out to build a community of writers, and it is no easy task. One of the toughest things for my students is writing endings. They always start out with catchy beginnings only to get bogged down and just stop at the end. […]

More information...

More related to Third Grade Writing

More like this