November 2, 2015

Tuesday Writing PaWs on Mind Boggling Monday

The Tuesday Writing PaWs is a day early this week. I wanted to sneak this topic in soon enough so it coordinated with the actual date that it references. Many PaW (Paragraph a Week) topics celebrated notable historical events. The originators of the topics wanted our students to make connections to content area material in their compositions in English class; integrating material was all the buzz back in the 90's (it was the Common Core of its time). You can download your FREE weekly writing topic instruction sheet HERE. If you are interested in additional PaW topics, simply click the PaW tab at the top of this blog post where you can find all of the available topics.


Even though I am sharing the Tuesday Writing PaWs today, I just can't skip Mind Boggling Monday. My kiddos look forward to playing boggle each week so here's a fun board that coordinates with this week's PaW topic.



Not sure how to play Boggle? Click HERE for the original game rules.

Need a Boggle board that you can edit yourself? Click HERE for a free editable board.

Want a blank boggle board template for your students to use with classroom boggle? Click HERE.

How about a variety of editable boards to change with the seasons? Click HERE for a bundle of fifteen.



Be sure to visit HoJo's Teaching Adventures for great teaching ideas with the Teaching Tuesday linky party.




1 comment:

  1. Thank you for linking up! I love using Boggle in the classroom, and the King Tut freebie looks great! I'm off to share both ideas across my networks. Thank you!
    ~Heather aka HoJo~

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