Kindergartners will learn what an opinion is and how to write a paper on their opinion. First your students will brainstorm with you, fill out graphic organizers and then write independently. Included are three different opinion writing prompts. *Favorite pet - dog or cat *Would you rather be a raindrop or snowflake? Integrated science lesson using background knowledge to write opinion paper. *What is your favorite book? Each of the writing samples are differentiated for each level learner.
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I like this resource for the following reasons -
I like the subject matter. Kids have opinions. They should learn how to express them. And they should know their opinions count.
These exercises encourage brainstorming, the use of graphic organizers, and writing independently.
I like the questions asked - and thus, the answers I receive. :) They give me insight into my child. Because of this set, I've started to ask either/or questions a lot - just for fun. They're great for conversation starters, especially when we're in the car.
Welcome to 2 Scoops of Kindergarten! My name is Gloria and the other scoop is Rick. We are both kindergarten teachers who love our job! We also love to create learning environments and activities that are fun and meaningful to our students.This year we will have a combined 25 years of teaching- all in Kindergarten!