Sunday, February 26, 2012

Paragraph Pizazz

I did group paragraph building practice. I wrote out main ideas, details, and conclusions on sentence strips and teams had to organize them in sequence on a poster board.  To wrap up the group activity, each student then did a paragraph cut and paste independently. The cut and paste paragraphs you can grab by clicking the photo below. Let me know how this works in your class!

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  1. This looks great! I was just about ready to introduce this concept to my first graders and this will be a fun activity. Thanks so much!

    1. You're welcome...sticking to topic is always difficult when learning paragraph writing.

  2. I just did something similar in my room, but I like your sheet so much better than the one I came up with! (I should've made it landscape!) You just gave me more examples for practice, too- thank you!!

  3. Thanks for finding my blog and leading me to yours!!

    The Eager Teacher

  4. Great! You KNOW how I love organized paragraph instruction! :)
    Dragonflies in First

  5. Thanks for finding my blog and for the freebie!
    Daisy Days of Learning

  6. You do everything with great pizazz, just one of the reasons I'm giving you the One Lovely Blog award. Come on by the Corner to grab the graphic and pass it along if you can. Thanks for your continued willingness to share!

    The Corner On Character

  7. As a 4th grade teacher, I LOVE to see 3rd graders writing (makes my job easier). Check out a freebie on my TN page for anecdote writing.

    Great page. Thanks for sharing.

    The Teachaholic


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