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Spring Into March With 33 Writing Prompts for Students

Thirty-three March writing prompts for students. These spring themed prompts are based on the National Days calendar for cross curriculum teaching. It’s Women’s History Month and Nutrition Month.   Spring into March with 33 writing prompts for students. It’s more than just St. Patrick’s Day! It’s Women’s History Month and

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The #JanuaryJoy Sale, latest newsletter, and teaching ideas. Make your teaching day easier with resources from the TeacherWriter.     In this newsletter, we’re talking about bringing the joy from the holidays into January. What does January Joy mean for you? Imagine what it looks like. For everyone it’s something

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February Writing Prompts for the Shortest Month of the Year

Let’s dive into February journal prompts from the calendars of national and international days. All are kid friendly and teacher curated so they’re age-appropriate for upper elementary students.   We get to enjoy an extra day in February this year, which means one extra writing prompt. Do you know what

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