Google Search transition words- and there are a lot of lists! But, if we are thinking about our elementary writers- that list is not useful! Face it…transition words are so abstract! Kids don’t “get” how to use them- let alone which ones to use!
I came home today and put together a FRIDAY FREEBIE (on Thursday) that may help all my writing teachers out there!
I broke this resource into Narrative and Expository transitions and left a space for students to add their own. This would be a great tool in a Writer’s Toolbox don’t you think? Not to mention- that’s a transition- fuel for a few good mini-lessons!
At the end of the file, I shared a great mini-lesson idea to help you teach these crazy abstract things!
Happy transitioning! Get your FREE file here!
How do you teach transition words? Will this help you? Please leave a comment and let me know your plans for its use! Don’t forget to LIKE Leach’s Literacy Training if it was my facebook post that brought you here!
What a great resource! I see you are deep in test prep with STAAR writing and inferring as well. Enjoy your weekend! Miss my Leach Learning Sessions!!
Liberty's Literary Loves says
Thanks so much Melissa. I am using it today!