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A blog reader and online friend Amy Uptain sent me a request for a notebooking page by email. She said I have a suggestion for a notebooking page. My 2nd grader read Mary Poppins, and instead of having her do a more traditional book report, I had her contrast the book with the movie. I actually just had […]See more
Research shows that students who do prewriting exercises write better essays. While many children can make their own mind maps and outlines on blank paper, other students find the framework of a graphic organizer helpful. I created three different layouts for prewriting an essay. Each one assumes the standard structure of three main […]See more
These free printable pages can be used as notebooking pages or as graphic organizers during the prewriting stage. Have your child write down three character traits of someone in a work of literature or from history. Then demonstrate those traits to be true with the use of specific evidence. If you choose to, you can […]See more
Having a structure for brainstorming can be helpful. One such scaffold is the alphabet — A to Z. A children’s class I teach at church was going to list ways to pray for people from A to Z, so I devised this printable graphic organizer for the task. Of course, you can use it […]See more