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How to Make Writing Fun with Secret Student Writing Activities

There are so many different ways to incorporate writing into your curriculum. Writing reports and learning the mechanics of writing are important, but what really helps students get engaged and invested in writing is making it FUN! One way I love to make writing exciting is by using secret student writing.  And as a bonus- these activities also build your classroom community as well!  With different secret student writing options for holidays and seasons, you’ll love learning how to make writing fun with secret student writing. Make writing fun by starting with story time. Each secret student writing resource comes

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Looking for science or social studies topics for your students to research? Check out our list of research topics for kids. These fun and engaging activities are perfect for students to practice their research skills for a research unit or project. Kids can use informational text and fill out their research journal, outline, & graphic organizer. Resources, products and a free printable are included in this post. Lots of tips for teaching research on website. Fits common core and other standards.

The Ultimate List of Research Topics for Kids

Inside: A list of research topics for kids in elementary school or homeschool! Teaching research skills is so important in elementary school. We can help our students navigate the “how tos” of research. Learning how to navigate text features in nonfiction books, finding credible sources online, and taking notes are all skills we’ve mastered and can pass on to our knowledge thirsty students. One of the tricky things is taking the time to come up with research topics for kids and coordinating research units for each topic. Our students still need some scaffolding and guidance, and there are so many

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