Keeping the Writing Process Organized

Happy Friday!

It's been a busy week full of Parent-Teacher Conferences, so I am super-excited for this weekend of sleeping in and doing nothing :)

One thing I wanted to quickly share with you is how I keep my Writing Process organized with my kiddos. Now that Writer's Workshop is in full-swing, I like kids to be able to be aware of what step of the writing process they are involved in, especially when it comes to revising & editing.


The way I am using this year is to have my Writing Process Mini-Posters hanging in the front of my room in full display and also covering an ugly wire cover (yay dual purpose!).

In the past, I have also had kids use clothespins to attach to these for whatever step of the process they are working on at that point:


Because I have 27 kids this year and these are mini-posters, I am thinking that the full-size clothespins are too big, but the mini-clothespins are going to be perfect-o! If you have a smaller class, the full-size clothespins are a-ok. Note: In the pic above, I am using full-size clothespins.

You could also hang these on a ribbon or attach them to the tops of anchor charts as your headers, if you wanted. These are small and clear enough to be used all over the classroom.

I just uploaded them to my TpT Store HERE and hope you can use them! Have a wonderful fall weekend :)



3 comments

  1. this is PERFECT! I love the organization!!

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  2. These are adorable! I love how organised your classroom is!

    Alison
    Teaching Maths with Meaning

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  3. Great organization! Do students find it hard to remember to update their clip for what phase of the writing process they are in?

    Always A Lesson

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~Stephanie

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