These Monthly Writing Prompt Booklets are FUN and EASY to make.Students will LOVE writing these basic writing prompts and turning them into booklets too! Great for: Writing Center Independent Writing Time Bulletin Boards Write & Share Writing Prompt Bookl
Would you rather writing prompts are a fun, easy way to get your students thinking and writing. These writing prompts are great for morning work, writing centers, sub plans, and early finishers. These writing prompts are also great for
Back to School Writing; Student-Made Book: “My First Week of School”
This differentiated writing and illustrating activity is a perfect way to kick off the school year! Each student creates a book about their first week or two of school. This fun and engaging project makes a great keepsake for families. Included in the pac
Autumn BUNDLE - Punctuation and Capitalization: Where do the sentences end?
This punctuation and capitalization BUNDLE contains lots of engaging, differentiated, seasonal practice for your K, 1st, or 2nd grade students. Included, are my four autumn-themed “Where do the sentences end?” products: Fall/Autumn, Columbus Day, Hallowe
While creating a precious keepsake, this yearlong memory book project will guide you in teaching your students how to write personal narrative paragraphs. They’ll learn the process of brainstorming ideas, choosing one, filling in a graphic organizer (
February Procedural Writing foldables are a fun way to practice "how to" writing. February scenarios revolve around love and friendship and include fun prompts such as "how to make a valentine's day" and "how to make your teacher smile" among http://others.In this packet, there are 3 writing prompts with traceable temporal word starters.