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Old 09-04-2010, 06:21 PM
 
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Any ideas on how to help first graders write their hopes and dreams for the year? I happen to have a very young writing group this year. I really don't want to scribe for them...


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You could have them draw their hopes and dreams and then share them with the class. You could still post them in cute way. Later on in the year, you will revisit them and they may be able to write..they will see that they went from drawing to writing and feel proud!
 
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I had my class fill in the sentence "My Hope and Dream is _____." We brainstormed on the board what their hopes and dreams for first grade are (I got a lot of things such as firefighter....chef...skateboar ding... ). Then we talked about Hopes and Dreams for 1st grade and had a list of writing, spelling, adding, ect. and they chose one off the board. I put their Hopes and Dreams on a bulletin board and I keep them up all year. They love to see how much thier handwriting has changed at the end of the year!
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