Writing Template – Primary Grades
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A blank template to use for a variety of writing pieces in the primary grades.
A graphic organizer for students to use when categorizing sensory details.
Use this resource to track the progress of students during guided writing groups.
An activity to help encourage students to add more descriptive language into their sentence writing.
A template for use when planning a narrative text.
This English Language Arts unit has been designed to introduce procedural texts to younger students. It addresses the purpose, structure and language features of instructions and recipes.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the persuasive genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of opinion pieces.
This English unit has been designed to introduce the informative genre to younger students; specifically, the purpose, structure and language features of information reports.
Four holiday-themed postcard templates that can be used to explore postcard writing or as a simple alternative to Christmas cards.
Five sets of literacy rotation task cards to be used in conjunction with the first edition of Teach Starter's Grade 1 magazine.
Celebrate National Poetry Month in the primary classroom with this planning guide and set of resources.
Use this weekly poetry guide to celebrate National Poetry Month in your primary classroom.
A poster providing a definition and example of a simile poem.
A poster to use with young students when teaching similes.
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