Email Etiquette Unit: Teaching Students How to Write a Professional Email
One of the best ways to help students succeed both in and out of a school setting is by teaching email etiquette. By teaching students how to write an email, they will know how to write an email to a teacher or boss. Email etiquette is an essential skill that students need to know, and after teaching this email etiquette unit, you’ll receive much more pleasant emails.
Writing Prompts for Writing Journal or Morning Work (Year-Long Bundle)
These fun writing prompts are perfect for morning work, writing stations, writing journal, or early finishers! This resource includes 25 engaging writing prompts for each month as well as a kid-friendly writing checklist at the bottom of each page!
Creative Writing: Short Stories & Plot Development
This packet offers your students detailed Graphic Organizers for the Short Story Process. The organizers walk the students through each step of the writing process by brainstorming and organizing each part of the plot. Each organizer also gives a helpful description of the plot point with guided prompts to help your students get started.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Reflective Writing Activity
This Dr. King inspired cross-curricular resource asks students to reflect upon the dreams that Dr. King had for our country. Students are asked to share their own, personal dream for America today — as well as a dream that they have for themselves.