Monday, July 28, 2014

Writer's Notebook Resource

I'm so excited that I FINALLY finished my newest product on TPT, just in time for the beginning of the school year when writing workshops are getting started.
In my writing workshop, my students keep a writer's notebook in which they store their works-in-progress writing and other important writing tools.  One of my favorite sections of the notebook is the Reference section.  This is the place where my writers go to when they have a question about some aspect of writing that we have learned in class but they may have (temporarily) forgotten.

Writer's Notebook Reference puts all of these resources into one booklet that can either be copied as a complete packet and placed in the notebook, or can have pages copied and added as needed.

Topics include:
Editing Marks
Paragraph Rules
Capitalization Rules
Confusing Words
Other Ways to Say "Said"
Use This, Not That to Improve Word Choice 
Great Grabbers for both Fiction and Informational Writing
Power of Three Tips
Editing vs. Revising
Revising Tips
Editing Checklist

Want to win a copy? Just pin my product and leave me the Pinterest link in the comment section below.  A winner will be chosen on Friday, August 2nd.  Good luck and thanks!!


  1. Looks fabulous! Something my fourth graders could definitely use!! Thanks for the opportunity!

  2. This looks wonderful! Thanks for the chance to win.

    Love it!

  4. I taught first grade for 15 years and changed to fourth grade last year. I am so excited about all of the new things I get to do and teach. Thank you for all of the wonderful new ideas! :)

  5. I hope I win! But if I don't, it's on my wish list!! :)

    Mrs. Spangler in the Middle

  6. Looks like a wonderful resource!

  7. This looks awesome! Thank you for a chance to win!

    Fit to be Fourth

  8. I love these! Thanks for sharing them and a chance to win!


  9. These are great! I would love them


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