What writing skills do our youngest writers need to know?
If you teach writing to kindergarten, first, or second graders, you know how difficult it can be to know exactly what to teach.
In fact, many readers have asked me for a complete scope and sequence.
This video will help you out!
Watch it for an overview of what K-2 writers need to learn with respect to
- composing with pictures
- finding ideas
- word choice
- using details
- focus & organization
- the writing process
We hope this video was helpful, and we look forward to sharing the full course this fall!
Hi Anna, thanks for sneak peek. I am parent of 2 nd grader and English is my second language, I have so hard time teaching writing to my son. Please can you advice how do I teach my son writing because he reading level is L which is benchmark of 3 grader.
Hi Rinzin! My best advice is in this 10-part video series. I would watch all the parts and then follow up with the questions you still have. 🙂
well, just not “my day” ……. #8 didn’t submit or download … so I tried #1 ….. failed that one too. Is there a full moon tonite?
Really helpful. Thank you.
I am so glad and grateful for the 12 weeks of vlogs and resources because I can get started when we start back to school on August 12th. When I taught middle school, writing was my forte, but as a first grade teacher, I have not figured it out in 12 years! ? So, I am very excited and thankful to have your excellent step by step guidance and resources to depend on. THIS year, the hallway cork strip outside MY classroom will be worth a visit. I’ll have to set up a wee coffee shop there. ?
Yippee! Can’t wait!
Yay!! It’s going to be fantastic, Barbara! We hope you’re able to join us for the full course – it will have everything you need!
I can’t wait to learn about your writing course in Oct. I’m glad I stucked around.
Thanks so much!
I live the “I-Spy Picture Mats”! Will they be available for purchase?
Hi Reiko El!
This is Kate, Anna’s assistant. The I Spy picture mats are free, and they are available here: https://www.themeasuredmom.com/build-vocabulary-i-spy-picture-mats/
Thank you for this sneak peek! I responded to your survey last spring, and have been anxious to see your follow-up plans. I am currently working my way through Teach Every Reader, and it’s truly been the best practical learning I have ever experienced! With all that I am learning, I feel well-equipped to completely revamp my reading instruction this fall. I fully expect the same will happen when I take this upcoming course! Thank you for all of your hard work.
This is so wonderful to hear, Dani! :)) We can’t wait to share our second course!
This is the first blog post I’ve read this summer & I’m so glad I did! Writing is an area I want to improve in as a teacher this year & I’m looking forward to the full series in October! Meanwhile, thank you for the printable & for all of the resources you make available!
I enjoyed the “sneak peek” and eagerly await your workshop in October!
This looks great! Looking forward to October!
This is helpful. Cant wait for more!!!
I appreciate the ideas and guiding content in this video presentation. I will be looking forward to your fall full course.
Thank you!! I’m excited to see what you have coming in October.
This is just what I need. Thank you. Can’t wiat for Oct. Thanks
Thank you very much.
Hey Anna…this is super helpful. It would be great of you could also share a little bit about how would this look like in case of ESL. Looking forward for more.
Looking forward to more on this topic!
Looking forward to October…