|Writing Notebook Printables
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|Our Writing Notebook
|We will be storing our writing materials in
a three ring binder, using insertable plastic
dividers to separate each genre. The cover
sheet for each genre will be on the front of
each divider, with the instructions for the
assignment on the back. (see photo)
|More Language Resources
|Printable Editing Marks Chart
This is a printable chart of the different
editing marks that are used when revising a
paper. I recommend printing this on
cardstock and placing this in the back
sleeve of the binder.
|Writing an Instructional Paper
One of the first writing assignments
children can excel at is writing
Instructions. These printables will take
children through the steps they need to
write an instructional paper.
|Writing a Descriptive Paper
Writing a descriptive paper can be lots of
fun. These printables will help children
through the process of describing a
person, place or object.
|Writing a Biography
Writing a biography is a great way to tie
in your favorite literature program.
Children can choose a person of interest,
research, and then share what they have
learned. These projects are also a great
starter point for a presentational speech.
|Avery Big Tab Insertable
Plastic Dividers 8
These are fantastic! I love
that each section of the
notebook will be color coded,
and I've created the
instructional pages to match
the colors in this pack. We
picked this set up at Fred
|Writing Notebook Binder Cover
Make a colorful binder cover or print our
pre-made covers and have children write
their name in. You can also use this space
to display your children's artwork, or
projects they have done well on.
|Writing Genre Printables:
|Here are some printables you can use to make your children their
own Writing Notebook. We store ours in a three ring binder with
each genre of writing separated into categories. These are meant to
be referred to by the child when they receive a writing assignment to
aid in the process of self-guided learning.
|Writing a Persuasive Paper
This is a fun genre to work with as
children can express their personal
believes on a subject. Provide fun topics
to explore that allow them to voice their
own opinion with evidence to support
|Writing a Narrative Paper
Use these forms to help children with
their Narrative Papers. These will be
helpful with Fictional, Non-Fictional, and
|Writing a Comparative Paper
Writing a Comparative paper give
children a change to find the similarities
and differences between two subjects.
|Writing a Research Report
children to learn more about
something that interests them, and
then relay the information to a reader.
There are many different forms of poetry.
Use these resources to explore a variety
of them with your children. These are
fantastic to tie in with Artwork for a
polished look to your poetry notebook.
|My Spelling Dictionary
We also printed up a spelling dictionary that could be
stored in the front pocket of the binder for easy reference.
This was a free download, but you have to register for the
forums to get it.
|We are working on our writing notebook. For the different genres of writing we'll be making a small
guide with resources and steps for children to take when composing their writing project. When
finished children will have a notebook filled with writing resources!
|Please note that many of these titles are a work in progress. I don't have a
current set date as to when they will be finished, please enjoy what's available!
|Parts of Speech Printables
This is a two page set covering ten different parts
of speech. These would be great laminated back
to back or put into a page protector sheet and
included in the front of your writing notebook.
|We're working on a set of Animal Report
Printables but in the meantime here is a fun set
of Dinosaur report printables you can use for
a fun research project!
This is a printable sheet for children to keep in their
notebooks as a handy reference for citing sources.
We also found this helpful worksheet online for
large amounts of sources. I printed them on both
sides and keep a few in our notebook.
This is a printable sheet for children to keep
in their notebooks as a handy reference.
There are quite a few different ideas for
transitions they can use to connect their
writing into sentences that flow smoothly.