Romero As teachers, we all know how important it is for our students to learn to develop proper writing skills.
My ultimate goal is just to tighten up! Once the forties hit oh boy! I'm not a huge fan of the scale and have only weighed myself twice in the past six months and both were since starting thisso I don't actually have a specific weight loss goal.
I have definitely made better snack choices this week. Now I don't know about your neck of the woods but mine has been ridiculous this week with freeeeeezing cold temperatures and such thick ice everywhere.
Today it was pouring rain all day. This has put a real damper on my love of going for a run. I only got out twice this week! My goal for next week is to only get one breakfast sandwich on my way to work and fit in more runs.
I LOVE the breakfast sandwich! One thing that has helped so much is my new fitness friends you know who you are - Rachel and Jennifer. I have been using the app My Fitness Pal to track all food consumed and exercise completed.
Now that sure makes you rethink the junky snacks! Best part of the day? I signed up for a 10 km race in April. To finish, here are some beautiful anchor charts my friend Rebecca has hanging up in her Kindergarten classroom.
Didn't she do any amazing job on them? Have a great night!Kindergarten Anchor Charts Kindergarten Classroom Writing Anchor Charts Kindergarten Literacy Classroom Ideas Classroom Charts Punctuation Anchor Charts Preschool Punctuation Tons of great reading and writing anchor charts. Branson Reader's Workshop / Anchor Charts Photos Students will tell what like or dislike about six kinds of.
Please enjoy my collection of 40+ anchor charts, updated weekly! All of these anchor charts have been used in my own classroom (Grades ) with students. Click on each picture to be redirected a blog post featuring the anchor chart and other activities related to the topic!
This 6 Traits of Writing Daily Review is an way to keep the traits of writing fresh in your students' minds.
You can use it as a spiraling review of the traits of writing throughout the year, or as a practice activity while focusing on each trait. 25 Awesome Anchor Charts for Teaching Writing by WeAreTeachers Staff the six traits of writing. Use the chart as a whole-class reference, or laminate it to use with a small group.
When it's laminated, students can check anchor charts for the writing process.
Keep the charts up-to . The lesson example below works best for grades 2–5 opinion writing, but provides teachers in higher grades a good example of how to develop criteria charts with students that link genre features and the Common Core writing standards.
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