From developing a closing argument to writing the perfect introductory paragraph, the activities and games included in this resource will bring new life to your writing instruction! Also excellent for writing camps!
Included with this resource: *Introduction activity in which the students work to create the perfect introductory paragraph! *Pre-made certificate for the students who wrote the best introductory paragraph. *Lesson in which the students cut and sort appropriate prompt responses. * Lesson in which the students compete in TAG team writing. *"Sentence War": Great game to review all of the components of a sentence. *A lesson in which students practice building the perfect essay paragraph by paragraph. * A lesson in which students review common expository errors. *In this activity students will be provided with an excellent review of common personal narrative mistakes. *"Can You Spell EDIT?" Fun editing game. *"Personal Narrative IMPROV": Fun IMPROV storytelling activity. *"Order in the Court" Persuasive Closing Arguments Opinion Essays *A lesson in which students compete to write the best "transition" story. Answer Key
Who is it for?
4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
Gifted & talented students
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After spending almost 30 years as a public educator, I am currently a "Differentiation Consultant" in which I've worked with districts adding enrichment materials to their curriculum and I am an adjunct field representative supervising student teachers.
Over the years I have taught 3rd, 4th, 5th, and 6th grade; as well as serving as a Curriculum Specialist, Testing Coach and finally a Gifted Specialist for many years.
I worked as a contributor to major textbook companies for seven years which caused me to realize there is a lack of authentic, challenging teaching materials that require little teacher prep and offer the rigor needed to meet the depth of our curriculum standards that students currently face. The products I offer require little teacher prep, are fun and creative and provide the level of rigor needed to challenge even your brightest learners.