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The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

The Hundred Languages of Children: Making progress in writing

Playful Learning Spaces - Create a Literacy Table - One Perfect Day

Playful learning space for early literacy. I love to set a table up like this-its like a provocation table-but literacy based!

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!)

Mystery Word - What's the Last Word? (And Freebie!) This could be adapted for Preschool. Just use letter tiles for matching- leaving off the mystery word. Or, if you have children that are ready for that- it could be a bonus idea for them.

Coloring Effective feedback anchor charts - no more scribble scrabble from the get-go!

Teacher Talk Tuesday

Visual Chart Makes Everything Easier~ Cute easy-to-understand coloring rubric for kids. But what about a chart like this to show how to fill in the ovals on high-stakes test answer keys? Or, how to head and format work done on notebook paper?

Make Your Own Colored Sand for children to use in art projects or put some in an aluminum tray and they can write in it. Be sure to use a digital camera to document their message written in the tray before someone else uses it!

Make Your Own Colored Sand. Going to host a colors party in Jan and have sensory tables with colored sand in them.

My new favorite app for teaching handwriting.  Kids start by tracing and the prompts are gradually faded so that they learn to write, rather than just trace.

Letter School App My new favorite app for teaching handwriting. Kids start by tracing and the prompts are gradually faded so that they learn to write, rather than just trace.

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