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  1. Getting Started With the Traits: K-2: Writing Lessons, Activities, Scoring Guides, and More for Successfully Launching Trait-Based Instruction in Your Classroom by Ruth Culham, Raymond Coutu, 2009-07-01
  2. Literature-Based Spelling and Writing Activities for Primary Grades by Nancy Polette, 1998-09
  3. Mighty Fine Motor Fun: Fine Motor Activities for Young Children by Christy Isbell, 2010-06-01
  4. Activities for Writing Realistic Stories 7-9 (Writing Guides) by Sylvia Clements, 2003-03-21
  5. Activities for Writing News Stories 7-9 (Writing Guides) by Huw Thomas, 2002-09-20
  6. Activities for Writing Instructions for Ages 5-7 (Writing Guides) by Jillian Powell, 2003-03-21
  7. Activities for Writing Adventure Stories 7-9 (Writing Guides) by Guy Merchant, 2002-09-20
  8. Activities for Writing Realistic Stories 9-11 (Writing Guides) by Alison Kelly, 2002-09-20
  9. Activities for Writing Reports 5-7 (Writing Guides) by Huw Thomas, 2002-09-20
  10. Summer Activities Preschool to Kindergarten: math, reading, language & writing by Cookie Jar Publishing, 2005
  11. Activities for Teaching Persuasive Writing for Ages 9-11: 9-11 (Writing Guides) by Chris Lutrario, 2002-09-20
  12. Activities for Teaching Persuasive Writing for Ages 7-9 (Writing Guides) by Jillian Powell, 2003-01-17
  14. Exciting Writing: Activities for 5 to 11 year olds by Jacqueline Harrett, 2006-07-07

1. Preschool Activities - Preschool and kindergarten activities, writing lettersAlphabet and Letters K3 Theme Page activities and printouts.
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Preschool and Kindergarten Activities Alphabet and Letters: K-3 Theme Page Activities and printouts. K-3 Number Activities Rhymes, crafts, quizzes, information, and printouts on numbers. What Do I Say? An animal book An online book for pre-readers and very early readers. Templates for Tracing or Cutting: Printouts These printable templates are for practicing tracing or cutting. Have the child use a pencil to trace the curves or cut them out with a scissors. Letter Printouts: A to Z These printouts are for children who are just learning their letters. Each page has a capital letter, a lower case letter, and four words that start with that letter, with pictures of those words to color. ALPHABET BOOK A home-made alphabet book that is fun to make and helps teach the ABC's. KinderCrafts Easy to make crafts that use items found around the house!

2. Literacy Activities For Kindergarten
activities are appropriate for children at the kindergarten level code instructionalong with meaningful reading and writing activities (International Reading
Literacy Activities for Kindergarten
The following literacy activities are appropriate for children at the kindergarten level: Daily Reading Book Talk
  • Use the PEER sequence to ask questions and facilitate discussion about stories.
Extended Discourse
  • Enrich children's vocabulary by providing pictures and discussions that relate to stories.
Language Play
  • Have the children sing songs that encourage language play. Children enjoy songs such as "Willaby Wallaby Woo" by Raffi and "The Name Game" by various children's artists. Play the game Snap! Play a listening game in which the children blend an onset and rhyme that you pronounce separately. Example:, bat . When you first play the game, begin by using words that are in the same family, such as: hat cat fat . When the children become proficient at this type of activity, change it so that you keep the onset sound and change the rhyme: s...and sand s...un sun s...eal seal
  • Allow time for writing, and provide a well-stocked writing center.

3. Kindergarten Writing Sites
http// Click on the link Word Find Kindergartenclasses may want to create a class story. AtHome writing Kit.

4. Language Arts - MS: Kindergarten
activities. Communication Processes. Application. Master. 1.0. MS Framework, 2000, kindergarten, writing Supplement 21


Language Arts MS: Kindergarten MS: Grade 1 MS: Grade 2 MS: Grade 3 MS: Grade 4 ...
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The learner will be able to explore a variety of genres. Strand Bloom's Scope Hours Source Activities Genre Master MS: Framework, 2000, Kindergarten, 7 Classroom Multicultural Literature: Read/Variety The learner will be able to read literature representative of a wide variety of cultures. Strand Bloom's Scope Hours Source Activities Multicultural Literature Master MS: Framework, 2000, Kindergarten, 6 Classroom Historical Context: Historical Period The learner will be able to read literature from various historical periods. Strand Bloom's Scope Hours Source Activities Historical Fiction/Context Comprehension Master MS: Framework, 2000, Kindergarten, 6 Classroom top Information Processing Information Processing Description Purposes: Information/Transfer The learner will be able to transfer acquired information through demonstrated applications.

5. Language Arts - Elementary Aesop's Fables Hotlist Aesop's Fables
masterworks and artists for your kindergarten students to play based on her diary,do the following activities The final stage of good writing, before it

6. OHIO Kindergarten Writing Objectives
OHIO kindergarten writing. Objectives. (Click here for printer friendly 1. listen and contribute in group prewriting. activities; 2. dictate/write labels, sentences, and

7. Literacy Best Practice In A Kindergarten Classroom
Literacy Best Practice in a kindergarten Classroom. young children develop readingand writing skills literacy acquisition, classroom literacy activities must be
Literacy Best Practice in a Kindergarten Classroom Early childhood and primary grade teachers are called upon to help young children develop reading and writing skills. This challenging task is made even more complicated by the variety of children's literacy experiences and developmental levels. To ensure that a solid foundation is laid for literacy acquisition, classroom literacy activities must be developmentally appropriate as well as applicable to the wide range of literacy skills represented by the children in the classroom. In a typical classroom, children's literacy development may range from just recognizing the concept of a "word" to being able to read and write simple sentences. The teacher needs to meet the needs of all children in such a diverse group. To illustrate best practices in the teaching of literacy skills in kindergarten, a videotape was made of Jo Wingo's kindergarten classroom at Centralized Kindergarten North School in Indianapolis, Indiana. Two segments of the video are available for viewing. In the first segment, Jo Wingo works with her kindergarten class to determine the writing activity for the day

8. Kindergarten: Writing Guidelines
Take a look at the Grade 3 activities that have already been posted. request revisionsto any activity that does meet the requirements in the writing Guidelines
Writing Guidelines Why Write an Activity?
You've probably already written lots of activities that support your Houghton Mifflin Social Studies program. Wouldn't it be nice to share those great activities with other teachers around the world? We'll publish them right here in From My Class to Yours. And, of course, you'll be able to take advantage of all the activities written by other teachers, and use them in your classroom.
What to Do
  • Think about an activity that you do in your classroom to support or extend your Houghton Mifflin Social Studies program. The activity can be one that you've done many times before, or it can be a completely new one that you created especially for From My Class to Yours.
  • Include the objective of the activity. This will let other teachers know right away if this is an activity that they might be interested in using in their classrooms.
  • State what unit in Houghton Mifflin Social Studies you think your activity works best with. Doing this will allow teachers to scan the activities quickly and choose the ones that will work with the specifc unit they teaching at the time.
  • Take a look at the Grade 3 activities that have already been posted. They might give you an idea of what format to use for your activity.
  • 9. Kindergarten Theme Kindergarten Report Card Kindergarten Writing Homework Essays
    kindergartenreport-card - kindergarten-writing - kindergarten-theme - kindergarten-homework - essays Education" "activities for the preschool and kindergarten classroom grouped
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    essays, term papers, summaries, book reports, homeworks essays term papers summaries book reports homeworks summaries book reports essays term papers kindergarten-report-card kindergarten-writing ... essays, term papers, summaries, book reports, homeworks
    childrens music by Mr%2E Pete" "children's music and preschool music programs by Mr. Pete teach children to appreciate music while providing fun activities for children, teachers and parents
    Preschool Education" "Activities for the preschool and kindergarten classroom grouped by theme . Also includes active message boards and discussion list for early childhood educators.
    kindergarten Monthly Themes for Kindergarten" "Themes and Book Ideas. Each month, I introduce themes and book projects with lots of activities in math, music, language, science, drama, writing and art for Kindergarten -age children. Fall "

    10. Fun Activities To Promote Writing Skills(Kindergarten To 1st Grade)
    to 1st grade Fun activities to promote listening skills kindergarten to 1st gradeHow to tell when your child needs extra help with writing kindergarten to 1st
    Learning Building Skills
    Building Skills
    Fun activities to promote writing skills

    Kindergarten to 1st grade
    by Holly Hanke By the time your child begins school, her fine motor skills should be sufficiently developed so she can write recognizable letters and simple words. It's a perfect time to encourage her writing abilities. The activities below are designed to boost your child's creativity and to immerse her in the experience of translating her thoughts and feelings into words. Don't worry about spelling or handwriting; your child will learn these skills at school. Because children learn in different ways, these activities are arranged by learning style. If you're not sure what your child's learning style is, take our quiz . But any child can benefit from the suggestions in all three categories. What's below: For physical learners For visual learners For auditory learners For physical learners
    Write together.
    Whenever you sit down to write a letter or a shopping list, or to pay bills or fill out an order form, ask your child to join you. Give her some writing paper, a blank check or deposit slip, or an order form of her own to work on while you take care of business. She will learn that writing is an essential part of everyday life. Embellish a comic strip.

    11. Outstanding Phonemic Awareness Ideas
    Learn powerful interactive writing and modeled writing strategies appropriate forkindergarten. · Discover “Real writing” activities that kindergartners Every Child A Writer in Kindergarten Flyer.htm
    Make Every Child a Writer in Kindergarten
    Presented by Jennifer Foster, Jeff James, and Nellie Edge
    January 25 th Salem, Oregon Learn how to implement Oregon’s new kindergarten writing standards and meet the goals of the “Put Reading First” initiative. Accelerate letter recognition and phonics skills through ABC Immersion Strategies.
    Learn powerful interactive writing and modeled writing strategies appropriate for kindergarten.
    Discover “Real Writing” activities that kindergartners love: authoring their own books, mascot journals, grocery lists, graphs, dramatic play extensions...
    Discover “best practices” in kindergarten management, practical on-going assessment, the art/writing/science connection and parents as partners. Meet the diverse needs of all your kindergarten students through multilevel writing and conferencing strategies. Have high expectations and provide the scaffolding for success. Create joyful, engaging curriculum ~ Kindergarten is a “Child’s Garden.” Discover why writing is the key to higher literacy standards in kindergarten.

    12. Resources, Lesson Plans And Activities For KINDERGARTENS
    Lesson plans, activities, and Internet resources for kindergarten classes.Category Reference Education Teaching Resources Elementary...... this teacher introduce themes and book projects with lots of activities in math,music, language, science, drama, writing and art for kindergartenage children
    Resources, Lesson Plans and Activities for KINDERGARTENS
    An Internet Hotlist on Kindergarten created by Sue Roseman
    Language Arts/Literacy Web Pages/Mailing Lists ... Links to YOUR Curriculum
    In a relaxed environment carefully explore exemplary web resources, lesson plans and listservs which complement the Kindergarten curriculum. Time will be spent on managing and organizing bookmarks, copying and pasting from the web, tips for searching the web and other web concerns. Time will be allotted to create a classroom web page and an online calendar for home assignments and communication. Participants will leave with a comprehensive handout, accompanying online resources, and simple Web-based projects and ideas. The target audience would be kindergarten classroom teachers, new teachers and occasional teachers.
    Emphasis will be placed on exploring sites which link to strands in YOUR curriculum.
    Fairview's Themes Listed by Month; Suggested Author Studies/Reading Lists -sorted by month; Curriculum Maps in Word Format also sorted by month

    13. Raising A Reader @ The WBTPL - Counting The Days 'til Kindergarten
    WEEK 2 Have your child engage in a wide variety of prewriting activities.These activities will strengthen the muscles needed for writing.





    Happy Birthday!
    Weekly Activities
    Books to Read Just for Parents Programs @ the Library
    Check back on August 1st for more great activities and books to read!
    ACTIVITIES to make reading fun: WEEK 1
    Have a special place for your child to write. Equip it with paper of many colors, pencils, markers, stamps, stickers, scissors, tape, etc. Have your child write with a purpose: Let's make a shopping list of what we need when we go to the store. Make a birthday wish list. Let's write a thank you note. Have your child dictate a letter or email message to send to a grandparent, sibling or friend. WEEK 3 Encourage writing on a variety of surfaces and planes. This will help the eye-hand coordination needed for writing.
      Chalkboard Easel Notebook Big and little paper Sidewalk or driveway
    WEEK 2 Have your child engage in a wide variety of pre-writing activities. These activities will strengthen the muscles needed for writing.
      Dot to dots Clay/play dough Using Popsicle sticks to form letters Painting and drawing Picking up small objects with tweezers Using scissors and paper punches
    WEEK 4 Encourage physical activities to develop fine motor and large motor skills essential to handwriting such as:
      Jumping jacks Hopping on one foot Slow and fast arm circles Writing name or letters in the air

    14. Raising A Reader @ The WBTPL - Counting The Days 'til Kindergarten
    affair! By incorporating literacy skills into the celebration, yourchild will experience purposeful reading and writing activities. S




    ... Programs @ the Library
    ACTIVITIES to make reading fun: WEEK 1
    Sign out books on party planning, such as My First Party Book by Angela Wilkes or by Penny Warner. Discuss the value of non-fiction books for learning new information and developing ideas. Take this opportunity to read additional non-fiction books on the topics that interest your child. WEEK 3
    Incorporate fun songs and stories into your child's birthday party. For example, sing Willoughby, Wallaby, Woo. Have the children sit in a circle. Pass around a stuffed elephant, and change the word "woo" to a word that rhymes with the child's name. (Willoughby, wallaby wosh, an elephant sat on Josh!) WEEK 2
    Work with your child to write out a guest list for his/her party. Work together to create invitations, name tags, place cards, and thank-you notes. These activities help to foster an understanding that writing is used to communicate ideas and information. WEEK 4
    Create a scrapbook after the party. Children love to see their own ideas and experiences made into a book! Have your child arrange photos, and have him/her dictate captions for each one. This encourages letter awareness, while offering a great opportunity for written expression.

    15. New York State Elementary Test Prep- ELA Kindergarten
    writing activities Use basic writing skills to establish, maintain and enhancepersonal relationships (eg letters of the alphabet, numbers, words and pictures
    1. Reading Guide Concepts of Print Reading for Information and Understanding Decoding Strategies Comprehension Strategies
    • Know how to interpret information represented in pictures, charts, posters, and picture maps

    16. Dakota Writing Project
    An Invitation to Teachers. Teachers in all disciplines, kindergarten through college,are invited to apply for the DWP's Summer Institute. writing activities.
    Dakota Writing Project
    Teachers Teaching Teachers
    W elcome to the home page of the Dakota Writing Project . If you're a teacher of writing or if you want to find ways to incorporate writing into the subjects you teach, this is a good site for you to explore. Writers and administrators, you may be interested too! The Dakota Writing Project (DWP) is one of approximately 160 sites affiliated with The National Writing Project (NWP) , "a collaborative university/school staff development program to improve the teaching and learning of writing in the nation's classrooms." Like NWP, DWP is dedicated to improving the teaching of writing in all disciplines from kindergarten through college. An Invitation to Teachers. Teachers in all disciplines, kindergarten through college, are invited to apply for the DWP's Summer Institute. Write to your heart's content and share ideas about writing and the teaching of writing with other outstanding teachers like yourself. Attention, Administrators (and Teachers). The best way to improve your students' writing is to start with teachers. Learn how DWP can design inservice sessions to meet your school's needs. DWP News.

    17. Integrating Technology In The Classroom
    Slide show with links, examples, and tips to integrate technology in elementary classes.Category Reference Education Technology activities and Lessons...... activities Here are suggested writing activities the children Here are suggested computeractivities children do kindergarten Daily Schedule This is an example
    Integrating Technology in the Classroom
    West HomePage Slide Shows Presented at the ICE Conference
    Indianapolis, Indiana
    February 28, 1997 by Laura Mattingly , principal Debbie Blume , kindergarten teacher Beth Lett , kindergarten teacher Tammy Payton , first grade teacher and web-editor Tammy Payton
    Begin Slide Show Reference Sites
    Index of Slide Show
    Integrating Technology in the Classroom
    The notes of this slide includes pointers to two resource sites which support technology in the classroom.
    Technology in the Classroom
    A map of our location as well as an overview of this presentation telling why we believe that technology in the classroom has enhanced student performance and keys to our success for integration in the classroom are stated in the notes.
    Kindergarten Classroom
    The next ten slides are tips for managing centers within your classroom which will allow you to schedule computer time into your curriculum if you have computers in your classroom. This is a layout map of the kindergarten classroom.
    Classroom Management Tips: Using Mailboxes
    A centers approach to teaching creates movement within your room. Mailboxes help children organize and keep track of their papers.

    18. Lesson Exchange: Kindergarten Math Center Activities (Elementary, Mathematics)
    Includes fourteen activities suitable for preschool and kindergarten learning centers.Category Reference Education Early Childhood Subjects Math...... kindergarten Math Center activities. Math Center activities 1. Cut out small objectson Ellison using fun 6. Wipe off number cards for number writing practice.
    Tell Congress to Keep Kids Learning
    #1463. Kindergarten Math Center Activities
    Mathematics, level: Elementary
    Posted Thu Dec 30 12:11:35 PST 1999 by Elaine Magud (
    Joshua Cowell School, Manteca, Ca. USA
    Materials Required: Varied
    Activity Time: Varied
    Concepts Taught: Varied
    Math Center Activities:
    1. Cut out small objects on Ellison using fun foam - or use erasers from Oriental etc. Include a laminated strip of paper about 3 inches in width and an egg carton. Students make patterns or sort the objects.
    2. Write numbers on stickers (round price stickers for garage sales work well) and glue into the bottom of egg cartons. Place a bag with small objects with the carton. Students can read number and count that many objects into egg cups.
    3. Playdough, Mat, spinner. Write target numbers on spinner - many great spinners in most math books. Student spins a number: eg student spins 3 - student makes three balls out of the playdough and then creates a number 3 with it. You may include a large template for making the number.
    4. Pocket charting: include a variety of number cards for students to sequence in the pocket chart. Remember to include a number line for self checking.

    19. Teachers.Net - Archives - Building Blocks Literacy Model - Kindergarten Building
    in the BB mailring Which is the best way to do guided reading in kindergarten abilitygroups In October we begin doing writing activities called pictionaries
    Tuesday, August 17, 1999
    Early Childhood - Elementary Meeting
    The Building Blocks of Literacy

    Elaine Williams
    Month by Month Reading and Writing for Kindergarten

    The Teacher's Guide to the Building Blocks

    To order Building Blocks books and related materials for Kindergarten, just e-mail Lori at: Visit the The Four Blocks Literacy Center at

    Check the meeting schedule for future meetings
    - Hello and welcome to our EC/Primary meeting ... tonight we are looking at the Building Blocks of Literacy Month by Month Reading and Writing! Elaine Williams will be our expert for the evening.
    meeha/ece/tx - Elaine is one of Pat Cunningham's favorite Kindergarten teachers! :-) Kathleen - Elaine, were you part of the development of Building Blocks? Elaine - Yes, The kindergarten classes at my school helped to lay the foundation for the program. Kathleen - There is a lot of discussion about "why shouldn't we use word walls in k" Why shouldn't we use word walls (other than names) in K? Melissa - Elaine, do you teach full day?

    20. Building Blocks™
    Literacy Model into the kindergarten classroom with instructions for developmentallyappropriate activities, such as to and with children, and writing to, for
    Building Blocks
    Bring the Four-Blocks

    • Create an environment where all students see themselves becoming independent readers and writers through a variety of developmentally appropriate activities.
      Language Concepts
      Foster the ability to read and write words through the use of morning messages, journal entries, sentence building activities, and environmental print.
      Print Concepts
      Teach print concepts by modeling how to write and participating in shared reading and shared writing experiences.
      Phonemic Awareness
      Develop phonemic awareness, including the concept of rhyme, through activities with poetry, rhyming books, tongue twisters, and playing with language.
      Interesting Words
      Extend the list of real-life words that students find personally relevant, such as favorite restaurant names, favorite cartoon characters, and family members.
      Encourage letter and sound recognition through activities with alphabet books, beginning and ending sounds, and shared writing of predictable charts.

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