This free writing resource has 10 Graphic Organizers helpful for writing paragraphs and essays. It is based on brainstorming 3 topics, ideas or details for your writing. I call it- the power of 3!

This free writing resource has 10 Graphic Organizers helpful for writing paragraphs and essays. It is based on brainstorming 3 topics, ideas or details for your writing. I call it- the power of 3!

Writing Prompts for a Paragraph-would be great to print out, cut up and put in a jar for students to pick randomly!

Writing Prompts for a Paragraph-would be great to print out, cut up and put in a jar for students to pick randomly!

FREE printables for writers workshop or literacy centers! Includes writing topics, anchor chart, writers checklist, graphic organizers & more!

FREE printables for writers workshop or literacy centers! Includes writing topics, anchor chart, writers checklist, graphic organizers & more!

Anchor Charts for Elementary Grades on TpT! Each Anchor Chart file includes an individual student size (8.5x11) page and larger pieces to cut out and glue to large poster paper to create a super easy anchor chart you can reuse over and over! {Individual or get the bundle!}

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Anchor Charts for Elementary Grades on TpT! Each Anchor Chart file includes an individual student size (8.5x11) page and larger pieces to cut out and glue to large poster paper to create a super easy anchor chart you can reuse over and over! {Individual or get the bundle!}

Find ways to teach paragraph writing through step-by-step topic sentences, rockin beginnings, indents, relevant details, transition words, closing sentences, and clinchers!

HOW TO TEACH PARAGRAPH WRITING

Find ways to teach paragraph writing through step-by-step topic sentences, rockin beginnings, indents, relevant details, transition words, closing sentences, and clinchers!

I would use these writing prompts to have students practice expository writing. I would write at the top of the sheet "Write to explain..." and let the students choose their writing prompt.

I would use these writing prompts to have students practice expository writing. I would write at the top of the sheet "Write to explain..." and let the students choose their writing prompt.

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