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Kindergarten Writing Sample from the Fall

November 24 Deedee 2 min read
Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas?
Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.
 

Kindergarten Writing Sample:  Start with modeling!

The last week or two, I have really focused on my modeled writing.   Boy!  Did I have a story to tell!
Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.
First of all… this is a TRUE STORY!  In Missouri, we burn our fall leaves.  Suffice to say, my yard Adonis (my husband) did not ensure the embers were out before he stepped in the house for dinner.
 
We looked at Donald Crew’s book, Shortcuts, to see how bold words affect the way that the reader actually READS the word.  I decided I wanted to borrow this author’s craft in my own modeled writing, so I made the word “FLAMES!” all in capital letters.
 
Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.
We also looked at Shortcuts to see the expressions on the faces of the characters.  If he had the “stink eye” in one of the pages, I might have used it.  AND YES, I did have a black could around me!
 

Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.

We shared the pen on this page.  You can see a little correction tape between the “fir” and “was.” I was dropping the hammer on spaces between words in this writing mini-lesson.

 

Kindergarten Writing Sample:  Student Sample

 
 Here is one of the samples I grabbed to share with you.  
Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.
TITLE:  The Park
Page 2:  I went down the slide.

Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.

Page 3:  I went across the monkey bars.

Page 4:  I went down the pole  [As this child was reading his writing back to me, he noticed he had forgotten to include the word “down.”  I showed him how to add a caret vs erasing.  This was not the focus of our writing conference, so I briefly mentioned it to him.  He quickly latched on to this writing trick!

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Kindergarten Writing Sample with Fall modeled writing lesson ideas. See a kindergarten student writing sample and the thinking behind kindergarten writing lessons.

4 Comments

  • Chrissy November 24 at 4:29 am

    I'm so glad you looked out the window! Enjoy your holiday with your boys 🙂 My son has been texting me all night from the Mizzou game at Ole Miss…not sure he will remember this, so I'm saving them for posterity, lol!
    ChrissyReadWriteSing

  • Kathy McCain November 24 at 6:29 pm

    Are you going to have a super sentences for December? I certainly hope so, the ones fall and Thanksgiving have been very helpful for my Kinders.

  • learningmyself November 24 at 8:55 pm

    Wow! That was a great story to tell…glad all worked out. Yikes!! Glad your son is home!! Enjoy them, they grow so quickly!!! thanks for sharing! Amy 🙂

  • g-girl November 25 at 6:38 pm

    I love this! Glad you and your husband are okay! I especially love that you shared the pen with your students on one of the pages. This has given me a great idea!

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