11 Fantastic Writing Rubrics for Kindergarten - writer's checklist for young students - Teach Junkie

11 Fantastic Writing Rubrics for Kindergarten

FREE 10 Kindergarten Writing Prompts with 2 option (A total of 20FREE Pages). With sentence starters and without sentence starters for advance writers. This pack is great for beginning writers or struggling writers in kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in writing.

FREE 10 Kindergarten Writing Prompts with 2 option (A total of 20FREE Pages). With sentence starters and without sentence starters for advance writers. This pack is great for beginning writers or struggling writers in kindergarten and in first grade to build confidence in writing.

Opinion Writing - This no-prep resource has 50 pages of opinion writing fun!  Click on the picture for a free sample!

Opinion Writing

Opinion Writing - This no-prep resource has 50 pages of opinion writing fun! Click on the picture for a free sample!

FREEBIE: After reading the popular book 'The Day the Crayons Quit", use this fun read and response activity in class! Students fill in the name of the color they choose to write about, write their favorite thing to draw with that color, and then draw a picture. Great for your kindergarten classroom

FREEBIE: After reading the popular book 'The Day the Crayons Quit", use this fun read and response activity in class! Students fill in the name of the color they choose to write about, write their favorite thing to draw with that color, and then draw a picture. Great for your kindergarten classroom

Roll a Silly Sentence for Writing Sentences with Who? and Did What? ~ FREE Download

Roll a Silly Sentence (FREE Printable Included!)

In this early reading worksheet, your child will fill in the lowercase letter a to h that belongs at the beginning of each word next to its corresponding picture, such as apple, ball, and cat.

1st grade, Kindergarten, Preschool Reading, Writing Worksheets: What's the first letter? (a to h)

In this early reading worksheet, your child will fill in the lowercase letter a to h that belongs at the beginning of each word next to its corresponding picture, such as apple, ball, and cat.

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