Do you want to really push yourself as a writer? Sometimes a challenge is what we need.
Last year, I put together an e-book for teachers on tips for using mentor texts in the classroom. I’m pleased to announce the my newest e-book is for writers. I hope it is one of several to come. Mentor Texts for Writers, Book 1 is a compilation of many of the posts I’ve written on […]
It is a pleasure for me to have Kelly L. Stone on my blog today as a guest blogger. I first read Kelly’s book TIME TO WRITE, then I took a class with her. I blogged about the class a couple of weeks ago (she has a new one coming up also). Kelly is a […]
Tip Scavenge your favorite books for good writing. In a recent onomatopoeia lesson, one of the activities includes creating a Noisy Words chart—looking for onomatopoeic words for every letter of alphabet. But looking for onomatopoeic words is just the beginning. Young writers can go on a scavenger hunt for just about anything. One thing I […]
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