These materials will give students the means to develop as writers and publish their work.
These are creative resources for implementing writing in the math curriculum.
16 Writing Lessons to Prepare Students for the State Assessment by Mary Lynn Woods
Targeted lessons to improve test scores.
Classroom Tip: Use these effective lessons to practice content area writing techniques.
50 Graphic Organizers for Reading, Writing & More: Reproducible Templates, Student Samples, and Strategies to Support Every Learner by Karen Bromley, Marcia Modlo, Linda Irwin-DeVitis
Creative graphics to organize writing in all content areas.
Classroom Tip: From note taking to presentations, this handy resource will help students prepare for writing assignments.
Practice, Practice, Practice! Word Problems by Gary Robert Muschla
Ready to use, language-oriented math problems in a variety of skills.
Writing in Math Class by Marilyn Burns
Explores writing across the curriculum to assist in math instruction and assessment.
Writing to Prompts in the Trait-Based Classroom: Content Areas by Carol Avery, Amanda Wheeler
Builds writing proficiency for test taking
Classroom Tip: Use this book to increase student confidence in content knowledge and test taking skills.
Handy Books for Classroom Activities
All Around the United States
Wall maps and great activities to encourage mapping skills.
Scholastic Atlas of the United States by David Rubel
An exciting presentation of the 50 states with detailed maps and facts.
The United States of America: A State-by-State Guide by Millie Miller, Cyndi Nelson
Everything you need to know, plus interesting trivia.