6 Best Writing Lessons Ever
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Getting Ready to Write for Kindergarten

This resource is jam-packed with lessons to integrate narrative, informational, and opinion writing throughout your curriculum. Students will learn to recognize genre and author’s purpose, articulate ideas that will be expressed in writing (oral language precedes written), and engage in developmentally appropriate lessons.

Foundational concepts are built through a wide variety of lessons including: genre and author’s purpose, summarizing, drawing and labeling, responding to text – fiction and non-fiction, powerful vocabulary building, research opportunities

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Getting Ready to Write for Grade 1

This resource is jam-packed with lessons to integrate narrative, informational, and opinion writing throughout your curriculum. Students will learn to recognize genre and author’s purpose, articulate ideas that will be expressed in writing (oral language precedes written), and engage in developmentally appropriate lessons.

Foundational concepts are built through a wide variety of lessons including: genre and author’s purpose, summarizing, drawing and labeling, responding to text – fiction and non-fiction, powerful vocabulary building, research opportunities