This is part of the free editing set from First Grade Wow. They keep it in their writing folders. It helps differentiate learning and gives each student focus. There are many other useful pages in the packet, too.
Paragraph of the Week | Paragraph Writing Practice | Writing Prompts EDITABLE
Editable Paragraph of the Week for daily paragraph writing practice! 60 writing prompt activities that make writing fun! Includes rubrics, drafting pages, revising and editing checklists, and tons of high-interest writing prompts.
Students check their own writing using a self-editing checklist. If they can answer "yes" to everything, then they can meet with a partner. Their partner will use a "peer editing checklists" to check their partner's paper.
Grades 3-5 The Writing Process Folder, Classroom Posters, and Writing Sheets
Help students through the writing process by attaching two folders. Students can store their writing in a pocket according to what step they are in the process. Also includes writing topic ideas, commonly misspelled and overused words, and editing check
A simple checklist for students to use when editing their longer writing assignments. Can be used by either the student themselves or by a peer editor. The editing is broken down into three sections to check: Mechanics Grammar Style
Writers Workshop Helper free file for your kindergarten or first-grade classroom. It includes an editing checklist, personal word wall template, alphabet chart, digraph chart, and blend chart. Student samples of informational writing are also included.
Informative/Explanatory Writing Peer Editing Checklists CCSS Aligned for 3-5
This is a great tool to use to remind students of editing marks. You could use this as a poster in the writer's workshop area of your classroom or you could give each individual student a copy to use throughout the year.
Opinion Writing Bundle: Persuasive Writing (graphic organizers, research guides)
All the tools you need to teach the components of the Common Core Writing Standards, and teach student show to draw conclusions based on evidence or valid reasons. Student planning guides, activities, anchor charts, editing checklist etc. Can be used with any topic.