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Writing Books & Series by Susan Wise Bauer

Susan Wise Bauer is the co-author of The Well-Trained Mind.

  • Writing with Ease.  These are four levels in this series.  This series is recommended for elementary aged students.
  • Writing With Skill.  There are three levels in this series.  This series is recommended for middle school students.
  • The Creative Writing – These are four levels in this series. This series is recommended for middle school students.
  • Teacher guides are available for Writing with Ease and Writing with Skill.

 

Handwriting Without Tears

  • Find books and workbooks for Grades 1 – 4.
  • Printing and Cursive books
  • Create your own free writing worksheets on their website using A+ Worksheet Maker Lite (registration required).

 

Writing Strands
by Dave Marks

Books by this author include:

  • Writing Strands (Level 1 – 7)
  • Writing Exposition
  • Creating Fiction
  • Evaluating Writing (parent’s manual)

 

Writing (Grade K – 8)
by Spectrum Publishing

Kumon workbooks on writing include:

  • Writing (Grades 1 – 6)
  • Writing Words
  • Cursive Writing Letters
  • My Book of Sentences
  • My First Book of Uppercase Letters
  • My First Book of Lowercase Letters
  • My Book of Simple Sentences

 

online resources

Reading Rockets

 free

Launched in 2001, Reading Rockets is an education initiative of WETA, a public television and radio station.  In an effort to promote reading, Reading Rocket shares research-based learning strategies with parents and adults in a variety of multimedia formats.  Their main research focuses on how young kids learn to read, why so many struggle, and how adults can help.

 

Online Writing Lab (OWL)

free

Purdue University

At Purdue’s Online Writing Lab students and teachers can learn all about writing, research and more.

 

Scholastic

free

  • This site contains writing lesson plans, teacher’s guides, posters, downloadable PDF’s, reproducibles, and activities for both young and older children.
  • They also have teaching articles which provide helpful teaching tips.
  • Another fun feature that Scholastic offers is Story Starters.  This is a fun, interactive and creative way to write and create your own stories online.  After you have finished writing your story (and illustrating it), this interactive software prompts users to either print or download their creations.
  • Additional creative writing lessons plans can be found in their Creative Writing section of their website.

Introduction to a Nature Journal:  Smithsonian your Classroom(2006) 

free

  • Smithsonian publication on Nature Journals (intended audience K – 12)
  • Downloadable PDF
  • Includes 2 lesson plans and a printable journal template

 

Nature Journaling: Experience the Outdoors Through Writing and Drawing 

free

  • Berkshire Museum publication on Nature Journals
  • Online PDF
  • This publication provides a framework for creating a nature journal.  It provides teachers with grade specific suggestions as to what children should include in their journals.

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