Intended Grade Level and Age I have created a lesson plan specifically designed for Kindergarten year old students. Population Served This lesson plan is designed for Kindergarten students. Students with speech or language impairment, Autism, or hearing impairments will also benefit from this lesson plan, as will English language learners and gifted and talented learners.
Writing in Kindergarten Wednesday, August 14, I can't believe there was ever a time that I did not enjoy teaching writing! It now is one of my favorite subjects to teach! It's just so gratifying! One of my favorite ways to incorporate writing into my lessons is to make class books.
These books are fun because my students are the authors, and it really helps them to understand how books are made. Then we put the class books into our classroom library and they are hands down always the favorite to read!
I made this little book to use at the beginning of the school year. Here's my sample page on the inside: I love having my students write the books themselves, and usually "translate" under their words. However, you could always have your students dictate their sentence to you and just have them draw their picture.
I added this little book to my TpT store as a free download, and included an editable cover page so you can type your name directly onto the cover. I always incorporate a writing station into my language arts rotations.
My students write in their journals every day. Some days I give them a topic or a sentence stem, some days I let them free write, whatever their little hearts desire! I really encourage inventive and "best guess" spelling so the words are by no means meant for my students to spell their monthly words correctly.
I just provide them as a guide to help my students brainstorm what they will write about. I keep all their journals through the year and then wrap them up with a cute bow.
Then I leave their journals out on their desks when we have Open House at the end of the school year. The kids and the parents love to see their growth through the year! You can purchase these journals in my TpT shop! I also incorporate the monthly words into a word work station.
At this station, I do encourage correct spelling of both sight words and vocabulary words. I print the monthly themed words onto card stock and place them in a pocket chart.
My students use the cards to complete the writing pages. Here are some samples from my Fall Words file. I have four options for the writing practice to help differentiate the levels of my students. Here's some samples of how I use less support for each page.
On this page, the students write the sight word and vocab word independently. Here, they choose the word to complete each sentence and draw their own pictures. You can find these words plus more in my TpT shop!
Can you tell how much I love teaching writing yet?? Here's some of my most favorite writing resources that I have found from my amazing blogging friends:My Teaching Station Preschool and kindergarten educational resources for teachers and parents including worksheets, lesson guidelines, learning activities and most up-to-date educational research.
The most important writing a child learns is to write their name. Use this simple writing lesson to help children learn to write their names. Includes a tactile letter recognition activity, as well as a graphing activity and ways to provide meaningful writing experiences in your everyday curriculum.
Kindergarten Lesson Plan Fun With Letters Rebecca Robles [email protected] Brownsville Independent School District (BISD) Seventh Grade Reading Teacher A. Intended Grade Level and Age I have created a lesson plan specifically designed for Kindergarten ( year old) students.
Population Served This lesson plan is designed for Kindergarten students. Writing letters to family is an excellent preschool writing activity because most young children are very interested in getting and sending mail.
Evan is very intrigued by the whole process and thoroughly enjoyed this fun activity. All future lessons will be based on my students knowing the relationship between letters, the sounds that they make and that letters make up words. Identifying their name is complicated by other students having the same name or names beginning with the same initial letter.
|Preschool Name Writing Lesson: Teach Your Class to Write Their Names||Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English capitalization, punctuation, and spelling when writing.|
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Encouraging children to write letters from an early age will improve their communication, social and handwriting skills, and teach them what they need to know about writing and structuring letters. Within the KS2 National Literacy Strategy, letter writing is a required element.