What a cute idea! xo,MissVerickersAdventures
I love this! It is a great way to get them to think about what they are putting on the paper.Jen Endeavors in Education
Hilarious! :) I correct a lot of things from the very beginning of the year like "cause" and "mines". I have found that if I correct it from day one when students are speaking aloud, then they are less likely to write using those "non-words".
My kids speak like they write (they are all ESOL so makes it a bit harder!!) so when they are getting a bit rediculous I start talking like them, only I exaggerate it a bit... It gets them laughing and then we can pick out what I was doing wrong. Writing is HARD!!!ErinLearning to be awesome
I usually have them read it aloud, or have a friend read it allowed. This helps them pick up errors because they can hear them. The slang is harder to remove.Sara Frampton's FUNdamentals
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