If you’re new to our From the Vault series, let me quickly sum up the premise for you: we dig through our cavernous archive of bookmarks to find one that a). is awesome and b). we haven’t used in ages. Then we share it with you here on our lovely blog and voila! Everyone wins. (View other posts from this series here.)
Today we dust off Writing Fix, an amazing site that never should have been allowed to gather dust in the first place. Writing Fix is a product of the Northern Nevada Writing Project. Its mission is to serve as a resource for teachers who want to get their students hooked on all that’s exciting about writing. They’re also intent on “fixing” that which ails reluctant teachers of writing, too.
The site is overflowing with resources, from lesson plans to interactive prompts and other materials and resources. It’s wide ranging, too–their offerings cover grades K through 12.
I definitely encourage you to take a gander at the Writing Fix homepage. I’m going to try to make up for the fact that I bookmarked it 3 years ago and never explored it by diving in today and putting it to good use in my classroom ASAP.
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