Posts Tagged ‘Free Homeschool Printables’
Today I created a Spring Theme Writing Prompt. Dakota is not liking the writing but he has to make the connection of writing sentences. He knows what he wants to say in his head but it’s hard to get on paper. Sometimes he thinks in incomplete sentences so I might have to break out the worksheets I made for complete and incomplete sentences.
You will be able to find the download link under the picture. Enjoy!
Well I am finally done. Look I am even done before the month of April. I spent pretty much all day making this unit. Normally it only takes me a couple hours. Not this one. Not even sure why it took all day.
The age range for this unit is from PreK to 3rd Grade. If you would like to download this unit you can find the link under the picture below. Would love to hear your feed back. I didn’t get a chance to include everything I wanted so you may find some sheets added from time to time between now and Easter 🙂
I am still working on writing and sentences with Dakota. Writing is one of his weaker points. Even though we are typing more then he is actually writing. I still have him write a few sentences for practice. Today’s writing prompt is about describing your pet.
This free printable is nothing fancy. Your child will draw a picture of their pet. In the lines provided the child will write a few sentences. For a little bonus I added a coloring page. You can find the download for this free printable underneath the picture.
My son needs a lot of work with writing as he struggles really bad. While at conferences this past week I got a chance to talk to one of my friends who is Special Education Teacher. She suggested I start off with really easy writing prompts for my son to get use to writing sentences. I thought it was a great idea so I am going to try to create some as I come up with writing prompts.
These writing prompts will be free for you to print. The set up consists of having the child draw a picture and then write a couple sentences. There are lines provided in the print out.