Well it's mid(ish)-June and that means it's my turn to post over here on Teaching Blog Roundup. I have loved seeing the other posts and getting some tips and freebies. (If it's free....it's for me) I'm not sure but I somehow always get to post near a holiday. Last month it was Mother's Day and now I find it Father's Day time.
I know by seeing all the tweets, Instagram photos, and blog posts that even though many of us are on break that none of us have turned off our teacher switches. At my school we only have two teachers for each section. It's kinda nice and homey and we really get to know the families. Well, the other first grade teacher and I made it a point last year to write more. Write. Write. Write. And we did. I was really proud of how it went.
We make our own journals. I'm here to share a few of our template pages!
|click here to get it for free on TpT|
Writing is an area where I continually try to improve my teaching technique. I think it's one of the most difficult things when you're a beginning teacher. (Especially in the primary grades--imo)
Last school year I found this book:
(click the book to check it out on Amazon.com)
How do you do writing in your classroom? Any tips or tricks?