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Writer's Notebooks: This Resource has Moved!
WritingFix is downsizing--not going away!--and we're moving a number of the BIGGER prompts and projects to a new website.

It's true. The Northern Nevada Writing Project--facing almost a 100% budget cut--has to downsize this free-to-use website so that it can fit on a smaller server. The "For Writer's Notebooks" resources on this page were one of the LARGEST collections we housed at WritingFix, so it will be moving--not going away!

Our webmaster who created this resource page as part professional development work during the 2010-2011 school year has agreed to house this page's resources at his classroom/teaching website. You can access the Writer's Notebook resources from now on at the link below:

New Link for the Daily Prompt Generator:


A Teacher-Submitted Notebook Lesson from 2011!
It's Still Going Strong!
A Great Mentor Text

Inspired by Ralph Fletcher's A Writer's Notebook and Pat Brisson's The Summer My Father Was Ten.


Many more picture book-inspired lesson plans can be found at our not-going-away Picture Book Lesson Plan Collection.

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