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Conclusion are so tricky! Read about how I teach this difficult concept in the third of a four part series on Teaching Paragraph Writing: Conclusions.

Teaching conclusions is one of the most difficult parts of teaching kids to write well written paragraphs.

Teaching Paragraph Writing: Conclusions.    "Conclusion are so tricky! Read about how I teach this difficult concept in the third of a four part series on Teaching Paragraph Writing: Conclusions."

Conclusion are so tricky! Read about how I teach this difficult concept in the third of a four part series on Teaching Paragraph Writing: Conclusions.

Paragraph writing can be difficult for students. This post talks about my favorite paragraph writing activities and explains how Paragraph of the Week improved my students' writing. Love the writing prompts and writing rubrics!!!

Paragraph of the Week: Improve Student Writing

Paragraph writing can be difficult for students. This post talks about my favorite paragraph writing activities and explains how Paragraph of the Week improved my students' writing. Love the writing prompts and writing rubrics!

My Guide to Writing a Paragraph

My Guide to Writing a Paragraph

This is a simple color coded guide for third and fourth graders to use when writing a paragraph. It begins with a topic sentence, then a reason or.

Expository Writing in elementary school.  Learn how to elicit the facts from students, read expository text, sort the facts, organize facts, and help students transfer the facts to a written paragraph.  A great series of blog posts on how to help students

Find Related Facts and Order Facts – Informational Writing: Week 3 – Wolves

Expository Writing in elementary school. Learn how to elicit the facts from students, read expository text, sort the facts, organize facts, and help students transfer the facts to a written paragraph. A great series of blog posts on how to help students

FREE SCRAMBLED PARAGRAPH Lesson~ This fun, print-and-go activity contains a scrambled paragraph with 8 sentences that can be put together only one way. Students use transitions and inferential clues to assemble paragraphs containing a title, topic sentence, three details with support, six (6) sentences, and, a closing sentence or clincher.  Like training wheels on a bicycle, working with scrambled paragraphs helps students understand how to write logical, organized paragraphs!

Free Scrambled Paragraph Lesson~ Students use transitions and inferential clues to assemble paragraphs containing a title, topic sentence, three details with support, and a closing sentence.

Students can use this paragraph template as a scaffolded technique for teaching writing.  Template has spots for POST IT notes where students can VISUALIZE better what they need to do!

Try this paragraph template organizer to guide your students through writing about character traits and other comprehension topics!

Teach students how to write a paragraph with this complete set of posters, graphic organizers and a start-finish sample done for you! $3

Paragraph Writing: Hamburger Poster and Pre-Write

Teach students how to write a paragraph with this complete set of posters, graphic organizers and a start-finish sample done for you! $3

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