Teaching Narrative Writing
Teaching Narrative writing is a difficult process. Find anchor charts, resources, and ideas to teach elementary grades fictional narrative writing. Then head…
I created these narrative writing prompts in which students have to use the character traits of well-known fairy tale characters to write a new narrative. It supports the 3rd Grade common core writing standard for narrative writing. The resource also includes graphic organizers, mini-lessons for setting, plot, problem-solution and character traits identification. Check out the PREVIEW NOW! #twoboysandadad #commoncorewriting #narrativewriting #3rdgrade
If you're looking for some ice-breaker Get to Know Me activities with a Tech Twist, then try iPortraits. 7 Templates that look like a tablet. Students can introduce themselves with their character traits, or their favorite vacation book or even of their travels during vacation. Great way to incorporate creativity and get to know your students! Check out the PREVIEW now!
Do students have trouble getting into character to write a narrative? By examining character traits (of well known fairy tale characters), students can begin writing narratives to a prompt. Included are 5 narrative prompts for 5 different characters. Come check out this paid resource in my store!
Leach Teach: Friday Freebie: Transition Words for STAAR writing. Face it...transition words are so abstract! Kids don't "get" how to use them- let alone which ones to use! I broke this resource into Narrative and Expository transitions and left a space for students to add their own. At the end of the file, I shared a great mini-lesson idea to help you teach these crazy abstract things!