Ten Pin Linky: Writing Ideas

We're linking up with Ashley to share our favorite writing idea pins!

LOVE this How-To idea!!  We tried how-to blow a bubble with gum this past year, but discovered lots of our kiddos couldn't blow a bubble (didn't think about that)!  This idea is fun and something our kiddos should be able to do...

This idea from Kelly at Teacher Idea Factory is darling!  I bet the kiddos LOVE to see themselves doing this!

Love this organizer to help kiddos start to sequence events for personal narratives and add details.

Another GREAT How-To kiddos would love!!

This is an interesting perspective on an emergent learner's spelling for parents.

This could be turned into a great lesson to show kiddos how important details are to their writing.

This is great for back to school!  Give kiddos a small container of playdoh, let them play and make, then write about what they made.

Great book to start writer's workshop at the beginning of the year!

This is a cute way to organize sharing time for writing.

Love this anchor chart!


  1. I love all of your choices! I pinned quite a few of them! The "how to eat a worm" writing would be a hoot to do!

    An Apple a Day in First Grade

  2. Oh so many good ideas! I think I repinned them all! Thank you for sharing.


    First Grade Magic

  3. I love all of your ideas. I liked the cute writing without adjectives poster!
    First Grade Funtastic

  4. How to Tie a Shoe, How to Eat a Worm, Open Mic Friday!!! Love them all. I'm definately putting Open Mic Friday on my list of "Fun Friday" activities.

  5. Love the writing without adjectives poster! I'm going to buy The Best Story Ever! Can't wait to read it as we kick off writers orl shop!