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Mother's Day Revision Lesson, Grades 3–5

Teaching revision is crucial to the development of all students’ writing abilities. Revision is the stage in which students grow as writers, readers, and thinkers. In this article, you'll find a printable Mother's Day Revision Lesson  students in grades 3–5 can do at home!

Teaching revision is crucial to the development of all students’ writing abilities. Revision is the stage in which students grow as writers, readers, and thinkers. In this article, you'll find a printable Mother's Day Revision Lesson for students in grades 3–5.

Mother's Day Revision Lesson Students Can Complete At Home

In the English language arts classroom, a great way to combine Mother’s Day with an activity is to utilize a revision lesson. Editing is one form of revision

In this revision lesson, students will read a letter from Ellen to her mother about her trip to the Statue of Liberty. As students read they will correct errors in capitalization, usage, punctuation, and spelling mistakes (CUPS).

After students have closely reviewed the paragraph and marked all 13 errors, they will rewrite the passage in the space provided. An answer key is provided!

Download the Mother's Day Revision Lesson and have your students complete the worksheets at home! 

Teaching revision is crucial to the development of all students’ writing abilities. Revision is the stage in which students grow as writers, readers, and thinkers. In this article, you'll find a printable Mother's Day Revision Lesson for students in grades 3–5.

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