Writing Process Clip ’N’ Track Pocket Chart™

Item: 161573

$ 32.99
Item #:  161573
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Track Students’ Progress Through The Writing Process With This Handy Chart

As students make their way through the writing process, they move their own personal clothespin to the appropriate spot on the chart to indicate where they are. The back of the removable cards are blank and can be programmed by you to monitor other classroom routines, too.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Develop and strengthen writing as needed by planning, revising, editing, rewriting, or trying a new approach.
Grade Level:
Grades: 2-5
  • 1 diecut pocket chart with three large acetate pockets, three grommets, and magnet on back
    Size: 16" by 42¼"

  • 3 tracking cards
    Sizes: 14½" by 15"; 11" by 14½"; and 12½" by 10½"

  • 36 clothespins, 9 each of blue, green, red, and yellow
    Size: ⅜" by 3" each

  • Really Good Stuff® Activity Guide

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4 Stars

Love it!

I love how it showcases the steps and helps keep track of the progress. The only downfall is that the print is hard to read from farther in the room.
By from , VA
4 Stars

Great for tracking progress

It's a great visual for seeing which students are at each stage. Unfortunately the writing is almost impossible to read behind the plastic covering because the plastic has so many wrinkles.
By 3rd grade class from , CA