This resource is a GREAT way for you to help your students learn the skill of writing thank you letters. There are two ways the students can learn to write letters:
1. Handwritten Letters (printable format):
Have students write a letter with good old-fashioned pencil and paper.
2. Typed Letters (digital format):
Have students use google slides to complete their letter writing. This can be linked and shared on google classroom for students and teachers to better manage their digital work.
INCLUDED IN THIS RESOURCE:
Resource Title Page
Digital Resource Links
Step 1 – Brainstorm
Step 2 – Rough Draft with multiple differentiated worksheets to suit all learners
Step 3 – Edit & Revise with multiple differentiated worksheets to suit all learners
Step 4 – Final Draft with multiple differentiated worksheets to suit all learners
Posters for each step
Two different sizes of keyring support cards for your students to use and enjoy
Credits & Thank You
This resource is lesson #3 of a complete letter-writing unit which includes a variety of letter writing lessons of various formats including (Formal Letters, Informal Letters, Love/Friendship Letters, and Letters of Invitation).
Posters and keyring support cards are also included in this resource!
Who can use this guide:
This resource can be easily adapted for students of different ages and abilities (it is differentiated in 3 different formats per step) and works well as a writing activity for elementary students in grades 3-6.
The suggested time limit is a minimum of 30 minutes per step (4 steps in this letter writing guide) depending on the age and independence of your students.
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