Posts Tagged ‘Writing Prompts’
Welcome to Day 4 of St. Patrick’s Day Printables. Today I wrote two different writing prompts. Your child will draw a picture and write a few sentences on one and the other they will draw a picture and write a little story. If you have children that can’t write yet you could have the child draw the picture and dictate it to you while you write it down for them.
To download the printables just click on the blue link. Enjoy!
Well today I had a little free time to create a short packet of writing prompts. There is some double lined paper and some with single lines. Theme for this packet is again Gingerbread Men.
I want to apologize lately if there seem to be a bunch of posts. I am almost done catching up on reviews and giveaways and I will be able to go back and start posting about things around here, crafts, and homeschool.
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Since the Fourth of July is coming up fast I thought I would start working on some Freebies for the Fourth of July. In this short little packet you will find some suggested ideas to use as writing prompts. Your child will draw a picture as well as write 3 – 5 sentences about the suggested prompts. You can download the writing prompt at the link below.
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.