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Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] {Stacy Shubitz @Marisela Herrera Carranco} {Two Writing Teachers}

Organizing Research Notes for Expository Writing [Each envelope represents a subtopic. Inside the envelopes, students tuck pieces of support or facts for that particular subtopic. Folds up and fits in writing folders.] Stacy Shubitz Two Writing Teachers

Grow-a-Word-Family Activity

Grow-a-Word-FamIn the center of the flower, write a word family. Tape a strip of green construction paper to the back of a Poppin Patterns Flower and attach leaves that have words from that word family written on them. Display the flowers on a Grow-A-

Make an “I’m Done!” cup so that early finishers aren’t bored.

This could be adapted to suit my class! (via Team V’s First Grade Fun: “I’m Done” Cups) Students pick a stick from the “I’m Done” cup and work on an activity when they are finished with their work. Teachers can range the activities depending on the grade.