WRITING Bundle for the YEAR | Narrative| Opinion| Persuasive Writing Activities GRADES 4-7
Paragraph Writing, Expository Writing, Narrative Writing, Opinion Writing, Paragraph Instruction, Scaffolding Writing Resources, How to Teach Paragraph Writing, Paragraph Examples, Paragraph of the Week, Writer's Notebook, Writing Intervention, Literacy Center Resources, Guided Writing, Home School Writing Resources, Remote Learning Resources,
- 300+ printable pages of writing resources to teach paragraph structure in the context of narrative, expository, and opinion writing.
- Link to editable teacher and student Google Docs
- Scaffolding resources including color-coded exemplars and structure guides
Paragraph of the Week Writing Bundle For the YEAR: Expository, Opinion, and Narrative Writing Prompts With Scaffolding Resources
This 300+ page bundle of goodness will save you 150 HOURS of planning time!
Provided in Two Formats:
- Printable PDF
- Editable Google Doc (editable teacher and students docs)
Paragraph writing prompts and scaffolding resources for the entire year!
✔ 300 + pages of printable color-coded and non-color coded writing resources
to support emerging writers
✔ Links embedded within PDF to editable teacher and student Google Docs
✔ 90 Engaging Paragraph Prompts: 30 Narrative, 30 Opinion, 30
Expository / Informational
✔ Each prompt includes a page for brainstorming, a reminder checklist, a page
for the rough draft, and a page for a final draft
✔ 20 Exemplar Paragraphs
✔ Handout describing the difference between personal narrative, opinion, and
✔ Oral Peer Review Guide
✔ Written Peer Review Rubric
✔ Self-Editing Checklist
✔ Transition Words and Phrases page
✔ Paragraph of the Week Teacher Rubric
✔"What the Heck is a Clause?" handout that explains dependent vs. independent clauses + practice worksheet and teacher key
✔ "About Your Paragraph" page that describes the parts of a paragraph including introduction, supporting paragraphs, and conclusion, and explains the importance of transitions and the use of figurative language + sample paragraph
✔ Color-coded paragraph structure guides
✔ Link to free resources and mini-lessons to teach figurative language: includes definitions and examples of simile, metaphor, and personification + two worksheets: one ten question handout wherein students practice identifying similes, metaphors, and personification and one ten question handout wherein students practice using similes, metaphors, and personification
No color printer? No worries! In addition to printable resources that include color-coded highlighting to emphasize each part of a paragraph, duplicates are provided that have no color, so you can use colored pencils or highlighters on your own according to your own color-coded teaching strategy.
Writing resources ideal for:
- paragraph of the week
- literacy circle
- writing intervention
- writing instruction
- early-finisher work
- home-school ELA writing curriculum
I will use with my class to review the different kinds of writing before our state assessment.