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Little Piece of Tape: C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S.

C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S.

I am new to teaching Writing in sixth grade. It was a subject previously taught by one of my team members, but now I am on my own. I really wanted to use something simple for my kids to use for revising and editing and it seemed like the C.U.P.S. and A.R.M.S. revising and editing was a simple enough place to start. I also wanted to make something that they could glue into their notebooks for a quick reference. Of course, I quickly hopped over to PicMonkey to create something fast and cute…

Writing process ideas

The Best Way to Teach the Writing Process

Welcome to our new blog! Upper Elementary peeps have gathered together to share each of our unique ideas to bring you amazing ideas to use in your classroom! This will be the first of many posts so make sure to follow us! With Common Core Standards so prevalent in most states, the writing process becomes a focus in the upper elementary classrooms. The standards state, "With guidance and support from our peers and adults, we can develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising…

Reviewing the writing process with playdoh

Reviewing the Writing Process With Play-Doh! | Scholastic

Here’s a lesson that uses Play-Doh as the writing “tool.” Students go through the process of writing while connecting it to an activity they can’t resist.

Writing Wall Anchor Chart Revise and Edit

Writing Wall Inspiration – Teacher Trap

Make the walls of your classroom work for you and your students! Ideas for planning a Writing Wall that will truly support your little writers.

Books that Teach About the Writing Process ~ a book list from This Reading Mama

Books that Teach About the Writing Process

Books that Teach About the Writing Process ~ a book list from This Reading Mama

FREE comma anchor chart

Free Charts that Teach Apostrophes and Commas

"Mrs. Braun, you know that mark, it's like a curve, I can't remember what it's called, but do I need to use one here?" When kids get to second grade and they're exposed to contractions,

Comma Confusion and Apostrophe Apprehension – The Classroom Key

Free Charts that Teach Apostrophes and Commas

"Mrs. Braun, you know that mark, it's like a curve, I can't remember what it's called, but do I need to use one here?" When kids get to second grade and they're exposed to contractions,

Gallery walk edit and revising

Host a Gallery Walk to Improve Writing

A blog about teaching middle school ELA and math.

Editing writing will be a joy for your students with Edit Writing with COPS! It is an engaging, effective way for students to remember to edit their writing! “Patrol Your Writing with COPS!”  May easily be used for: self, peer, or teacher editing. I post these on my Writing Focus Wall and the students glue the bookmarks in their writing folders.

Edit Writing with 'COPS'

Editing writing will be a joy for your students with Edit Writing with COPS! It is an engaging, effective way for students to remember to edit their writing! “Patrol Your Writing with COPS!” May easily be used for: self, peer, or teacher editing. I post these on my Writing Focus Wall and the students glue the bookmarks in their writing folders.

An education blog about engaging resources.

Edit Writing with COPS - Primary Flourish

An education blog about engaging resources.

FREE My Editing Checklist - 1 sheet. I used this with my 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students to help them review and improve their writing. If any of their boxes are checked "NO" they must go back and correct the mistakes and check the "CORRECTED" box after they have fixed their mistakes.  I kept this sheet at our Writing Center and also had students use them for Writing Homework assignments.

My Editing Checklist

I used this with my 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students to help them review and improve their writing. If any of their boxes are checked "NO" they must go back and correct the mistakes and check the...

This is part of the free editing set from First Grade Wow. For kindergarten, I use it to show what they can do (smiley face in the check box) and what their newest personal challenge is (I highlight the check box). They keep it in their writing folders. It helps differentiate learning and gives each student focus. There are many other useful pages in the packet, too. All free!

How's My Writing?

Hello Everyone! I love helping first graders express themselves through writing. For me, the first semester of first grade is all about creating a safe environment for them to feel comfortable putting their thoughts down on paper. We work on all the different ways to incorporate written expression into our day. I just love when one of my little would rather write than do anything else! Well we are now all about making our great writing even better...That means editing. I don't know about…

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Writing Process Song

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