Tuesday, December 18, 2012

journal writing free download


After the winter holiday, I have big plans in store for my little firsties! I really want them to start adding more *colorful* details to their morning journals. I created these fun display posters as a reference for them. I will be introducing my students to these posters in the new year!

{Click on the images below to download}


I will also be adding this to their folders that they keep in their desks. They can refer to this as they are writing. I think this will help a few of them stay on track.



Can’t wait to cozy up by my tree next week!



Sarah Paul said...

I love your journals!

Your tree looks great!

Sarah's First Grade Snippets

Mrs Cupcake said...

Great freebie! Thank you! :)
A Cupcake for the Teacher

Miss Kindergarten said...

Love this!! and your living room looks so comfy!!

Caitlin said...

Adorable! Your stuff is too cute!!

Kindergarten Smiles

Miss Cosby said...

Love it! Thanks so much. We journal but this will definitely be a great reminder for themw hen they're working on their own.

Also, I love the tree.

You Might Be a First Grader...

Teaching Fabulous Firsties! said...

Thank you for this great resource!
Teaching Fabulous Firsties!

Lori Rosenberg said...

I can't believe I almost missed this little gem! Thank goodness it was pinned and that's how I found it. Lyndsey, I LOVE it! Thanks so much!
ΡΌ Lori
Teaching With Love and Laughter

Lisa Mattes said...

So glad I saw this!! Thanks, Lyndsey!

It would be an honor if you stopped by to learn about the Shout Out Linky Party I'm co-hosting soon. :)
Growing Firsties

Heather's Heart said...

I love this Lyndsey! Your stuff is always beyond precious!

Merry Christmas sweet lady! Thank you for being such a gift to me. =)

Heather's Heart

kshort said...

Hi! I am your newest follower! I followed a linky here and am glad I did! LOVE your blog name and ideas! I look forward to reading more!!

Christy said...

Thanks so much for this freebie! I love it!!!!
Mrs. Christy’s Leaping Loopers

vicky1970 said...

Hi Lyndsey - HAPPY New YEAR! Hope 2013 is wonderful for you. Love your pretty tree.
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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Nancy VandenBerge said...

These little posters are soooo cute!! LOve!!!

Raintree said...

I love these signs. Would there be any way you could add count to it as well? We have our kiddos count the number of words in their sentence on their fingers.


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