Have you taken the plunge to get your Write On! yet? We have so loved seeing pictures floating around Insta with how Write On! is working in your classrooms 🙂 Several teachers and students are finishing up Unit 9: Fiction, so we wanted to take the time to share some pictures that caught our eye! This also might give you a better idea of how to implement Write On! in your classroom! First, let’s start with “My Night At the White House.”
Here you can see how @thehomeschoolstyle set up her brainstorming chart and how her sweet guy is researching for ideas!
One of the components of “My Night at the White House” is using dialogue in our writing.
I love how @teaching3rdwithmrg shows several of the pieces of Write On in this picture. You can see the brainstorming, organizing, research, and rough draft all taking place in just one pic!
I just love the final results shown here from @thehomeschoolstyle! Also, check out her board in the background… amazing!
Next up… “How I Became a Pirate!”
Charts are a big part of Write On! You can see how @sarabeth781 got her board all ready and then the aftermath of student brainstorming!
One of my favorite parts of Write On! is how engaging the lessons are. @starsinsecondgrade brought out a treasure chest full of pirate loot so that her students could use vivid vocabulary in their writing!
Another great board by @seusstastic!
It is awesome seeing how teachers are really bringing these writing units to life! Check out how teachers are transforming their rooms to get their kiddos excited!
How great is this Treasure map from @starsinsecondgrade?!
And, here is her class editing their writing!
@thehomeschoolstyle always has such great photos. I just want to plop right in her homeschool room and take part in all the fun she has with her son!!!
Keep sharing those pictures by tagging #writeonwriting! We would love to see how it is working for you! Write On: Unit 11 will be released within the next week… I think you will LOVE it!