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Old 07-17-2006, 05:10 AM
 
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This is a neat coversheet or poster for Writing. I got it from another teacher site last year Enjoy! "SMILE"


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Old 07-17-2006, 05:23 AM
 
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That's cute. Do you put this sheet on top of all of their writing? I'll add that to my list of ideas for writing. Thanks for sharing.
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I provided small 3 ring notebooks. I placed this sheet in a plastic protection cover. So, when you opened the notebook that was the first sheet you saw. I have a class set of these. The students had to turn the notebooks back to me at the end of the year. "SMILE"
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Old 07-17-2006, 06:29 AM
 
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Have you seen the writing offices at busyteacherscafe.com? They have several pages like this and I like the way they are organized in the "offices" for each kid.
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Hi, yes I'm familiar with busyteacherscafe.com. I may have found this sheet on that site. I'm always visiting different sites to get ideas and when I find ones I like I either download if possisble or put the site in my favorites. Thanks for mentioning that site. "SMILE"


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Thank you for sharing the cover sheet! I am going to use it with my writing folders!
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Old 07-18-2006, 02:52 PM
 
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Yes I've seen that before with the mini-offices for writing. It works well also with the hamburger paragraph format. Also, there's a graphic organizer in the shape of an ice cream cone that would be cute with it. Anyone seen the cute hamburger paragraph pocket chart from Learning Resources (I think). Can anyone afford it at this time?
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Picnic bulletin board, back to school tie-in
Old 07-19-2006, 08:45 PM
 
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Thanks for sharing this! You just reminded me of a 'back-to-school' bulletin board that I used a couple years ago. (I may end up using it again, after being reminded by your post!)

I'll try to describe it, but forgive me if the description gets muddled. Maybe someone else will be able to use this idea.

The background was a red/white, checkered background, plastic tablecloth.

I made a place setting for each paper plate with a paper napkin, plasticware, and a paper cup cut in half so that it is 3-dimensional. I also found some paper watermelon paper plates (in a party supply store) that I cut in half to make it look like each setting has a slice of watermelon. I use straight pins to put up the 3-D items.

In the middle of each plate was the name of a subject in large letters (Reading, Math, Social Studies, etc.) along with such words as Critical Thinking, Ideas, Good Choices, etc. I think I had about 8-10 'settings' in all.

Across the middle of the 'table' is a banner that says: "Fourth Grade is Food for Your Brain".

Whew! Hope you were able to visualize it from this description! That was good descriptive practice for ME! :-) I'll have to share this with my students when I tell them how important it is to be 'precise' when trying to help the reader see the same image. !
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thank you for the cover sheet
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I have had a set of the sheets for years and finally ran out of copies and spent a long time trying to find them! I am so glad you shared them here. Are there other things from the set you like? I would love to see them.

My students know exactly what folder to take out of there desk, when I say "Get the hamburger folder."
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