...sharing thoughtful, mentor text-inspired lessons your students will love!
If you've used our "Genres & Topics I Can Write About This Year" writing prompt at the WritingFix Website-- (mentor text = Written Anything Good Lately? by Susan Allen and Jane Lindaman)
Click here to access this freely shared writing lesson!
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You mentioned you'd like to see some teacher pages....so, this is my own "teacher model." I ordered the mentor text and am planning to use this idea at the start of the school year. Thank you for the great idea.
My 6th grade students thought that the only fair way to decide whose Alpha-Box Creations were submitted for possible publishing was to hold a contest. Out of 142 entries, we first voted for 19 finalists, and then voted again for these winners!
This popcorn-themed one was created by Ashten,
this tree-themed one by Aleah,
Notice the great artwork on this one by Alexuss,
and this rainbow-themed one by Amelia.
Finally, Alyssa had some intriguing topics.
All our winners' names started with the letter "A"...How's that for coincidence?
by Tori, grade 7 by Amanda, grade 7