One important part of a lesson plan is the “back-pocket activity.” In this post, I’m going to share six writing games that use only a six-sided die, which means you can toss them a die and get them writing with only seconds of instruction.
Want to get your kids writing this summer without all the fuss? It’s hard to get your kids writing, but I’ve found these 5 writing activities get kids writing—the fun way! And they keep tears to a minimum.
This is a crash course for teaching writing the fun way. In this post you’ll learn how to grade writing and make writing a game. Plus, I’ll give you a bunch of free writing games and resources at the end.
You’ve tried limiting their time in these activities, but it’s hard to keep them busy in the summer without them crying, “I’m bored!” and you feel like their not really learning or growing. Let’s engage them by using their playing as learning.