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  • Pick 5 and write your epic tale.writer workshop

  • WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or... WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link http://pinterest.com/elaseminars (Photo source link provided below)

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  • Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1.LOCKER, 2.SLUMPED, and 3. SILVER or CONCRETE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations... Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1.LOCKER, 2.SLUMPED, and 3. SILVER or CONCRETE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations such as giggle/snicker/guffaw, uses precise words/phrases, writes routinely within time frames) ** Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link below)

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  • Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1. CAT, 2. SHOVED, and 3. BEIGE or WHITE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations such... Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1. CAT, 2. SHOVED, and 3. BEIGE or WHITE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations such as giggle/snicker/guffaw, uses precise words/phrases, writes routinely within time frames) ** Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link below)

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  • Could have students write a response, then work on a persuasive essay to convince zoo-ers to choose a library, and library-ers to choose a museum, etc.

  • STORY STARTER: When ___________placed his hand on the doorknob, a tingling sensation spread throughout his body. **Common Core State Standards: L1, W3, W10,... STORY STARTER: When ___________placed his hand on the doorknob, a tingling sensation spread throughout his body. **Common Core State Standards: L1, W3, W10, SL4 (uses clauses/transitions/commas, writes routinely within time frames, uses adequate volume) Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link provided below)

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  • feathers

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  • Blank Lego Person. Boys will love this

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  • Stuff to catch in your writer's notebook -- love this!!

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  • Printable Abstract Coloring pages

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  • I love this website....great prompts for journals...I just add the image to my blog and students write each morning. There is a new prompt each day (some for... I love this website....great prompts for journals...I just add the image to my blog and students write each morning. There is a new prompt each day (some for older students). Very interesting topics

  • Listen up writing teachers! This site is a GOLD MINE!

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  • Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1. SCOOTER, 2.ZIPPED, and 3. BRICK or CONCRETE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations... Use the following words in a ten-minute free write: 1. SCOOTER, 2.ZIPPED, and 3. BRICK or CONCRETE. **Standards: L5, W3, W10 (distinguishes among connotations such as giggle/snicker/guffaw, uses precise words/phrases, writes routinely within time frames) ** Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link below)

  • Ralph Fletcher's tips for young writers: Lots of ideas for what to write about, how to keep a writer's notebook, ideas for publishing finished writing projects.

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  • Prewrite Directions: 1) Write the title of this setting in the collection section of a notebook (Suggested Title: Enter If You Dare) 2) Imagine that you have... Prewrite Directions: 1) Write the title of this setting in the collection section of a notebook (Suggested Title: Enter If You Dare) 2) Imagine that you have been transported to this location. 3) LIST everything you SEE, HEAR, SMELL and TASTE while you are there. **Common Core State Standards: W3 and W5 (collect ideas/sensory details, plan/prewrite) Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link below) Brittany. France

  • STORY STARTER: When our father took us to the treehouse he had just built, my brother_______ and I stood speechlees, staring at the hideous structure before us.... STORY STARTER: When our father took us to the treehouse he had just built, my brother_______ and I stood speechlees, staring at the hideous structure before us. **Common Core State Standards: L1, W3, W10, SL4 (uses clauses/transitions/commas, writes routinely within time frames, uses adequate volume) Lesson link: pinterest.com/... (Photo source link provided below)

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  • Element of Art: Line Principle of Art: Pattern Explain Overlapping

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  • Perspective achieved #art #journal

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  • Kids will love drawing in the faces with their own designs.

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  • 50 drawing prompts - have kids pick one out of a jar each day.

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  • So that's how it works...what happens inside machines, use with the coca cola ad for creative writing.

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  • WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or... WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link http://pinterest.com/elaseminars (Photo source link unavailable)

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  • Life magazine's online archive of photos.

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  • Include the following in a 12 minute free write: Time adjective: 4:15_____ (AM/PM or a.m./p.m.) Color adjective: brown_____(noun) **Standards: W5, L2, L3 ... Include the following in a 12 minute free write: Time adjective: 4:15_____ (AM/PM or a.m./p.m.) Color adjective: brown_____(noun) **Standards: W5, L2, L3 Lesson source: pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Clock link shown below)

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  • STORY STARTER: Although __________had never seen this house before, something about it seemed oddly familiar. **Common Core State Standards: L1, W3, W10, SL4... STORY STARTER: Although __________had never seen this house before, something about it seemed oddly familiar. **Common Core State Standards: L1, W3, W10, SL4 (uses clauses/transitions/commas, writes routinely within time frames, uses adequate volume) Lesson link: http://pinterest.com/elaseminars/ (Photo source link provided below)

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  • Media

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  • Neil Gaiman's 8 Rules for Writing - great tips from an awesome writer! #tips

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  • Draw decorated blocks all over a page to journal small pieces.

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