Great Source iwrite – Free writing resources for teachers,…

Great Source iwrite – Free writing resources for teachers, students and parents. (gr. 5-12)

#literacy #writing

For Educators — Quick access to powerful writing lessons and assessments 
For Students — Step-by-step support for completing writing assignments
For Parents — Tips for helping your child become a better writer, thinker, and learner

Includes step-by-step tutorials, graphic organizers, templates as well as links to sites where student work can be published.
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Reading with Kids has some nice resources for teachers that you…

Reading with Kids has some nice resources for teachers that you can share with parents.

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Free Venn Diagram Creator

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Free Venn Diagram Creator from ReadWriteThink. Students can save and print results. Nice Tool!

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Super cool! PULP-O-MIZER Create your own “Pulp Magazine…

Super cool! PULP-O-MIZER

Create your own “Pulp Magazine Cover

#edtech #literacy via @edtechchic Blog: EdTech Chic

Lots of customizations can be made (text, backgrounds, images). No registration required. Kids will love creating covers to go along with their stories, poems, projects, etc. I had fun creating the one above.

Created image can easily be saved to your computer.

Added to Write On! 4 Kids under the tab “Book Cover Creator”.

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Ultimate Writing Resource List

Ultimate Writing Resource List:

Superb categorized resource for #writing resources!

#literacy

100+ resources. Click here for the entire list.

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