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This is an adorable project to do with your students anytime of year, but I especially love it for the beginning or end of the year (for goal setting or reflection). It makes a beautiful bulletin board, hallway display, or memory book piece.***********************************************ALL THE INT
Friendship is in the air! Hot Air Balloon Writing CraftWhat is included:Friendship is in the air!-fill in the blank-solid lines (two different versions) -dotted lines Craft pieces to create hot air balloon I hope you love this product as much as I do! Once you have purchased this resource don't f
PreK - 5th
Need a creative activity for your Back to School Night bulletin board? Imagine these spectacular hot air balloons in your hallway along with one of the two included writing prompts and the words, "Soaring Into Xth Grade!" Need a no fuss, last minute art sub plan?This art lesson is perfect for elemen
This craftivity is a great way to incorporate reading and writing into Dr. Seuss' week!
PreK - 5th
The following activities are perfect to have your students complete after reading the Dr. Seuss book: Oh, the Places You'll Go. Your students will write about what they want to be when they grow up and/or somewhere they would like to go. After the students are finished answering the writing prompt
Oh, the places you will go using this cute activity to help your class celebrate writing, and they make a great display of children's work too. This is an engaging simple activity to motivate your students to write a fun adventure story about being in a hot air balloon. You can find this in my Read
PreK - 2nd
Students can get carried away with this fun, hot air balloon end of year writing activity! There are three pre-made balloon options: Kinder – Flying to first grade, First – Soaring to second grade, and Any grade – Oh the places you’ll go. There is also one balloon that has been left blank for you to
Up, up and AWAY! This adorable Hot Air Balloon Craft and Writing Activity will have your kiddos dreaming... about new beginnings, far-away lands or summer vacation! This set includes FOUR different balloon designs with lift-the-flap baskets, EIGHT writing prompts (in both full- and half-page formats
This hot air balloon pack is interesting for students. The close read will teach students about the parts of a hot air balloon, a little about the history, rules for flying, etc. There is one page of CCSS Aligned text dependent questions covering RI.1, RI.2, RI.4. There is one page of language co
Art Lesson: Hot Air Balloon | Art Project for Kids with Writing ActivitiesEngaging art lesson with language (writing) activities. These no-prep art projects are perfect for your art sub tub. Super easy to implement for substitute teachers. Plus, the engagement will help with behavior! Perfect to sta
UP, UP, and AWAY! Happy New Year! This is the perfect activity to start off your year {Dreaming Big} and {Soaring High}!!!This unit includes a hot air balloon craft that can be used with or without a picture. There are many different options for the craft and it can even be made into a cute little b
K - 3rd
Students might write about what they might see on ahot air balloon ride.  Fill in the blank: Up, up, and away, I spy ___. A blank writing sheet is included for a topic of your choice as well. Draw a picture to match fill-in. Attach a standard sheet of construction paper behind worksheet to add a f
This is a descriptive writing piece that I wrote in response to a question for GCSE English Language - the question was 'Write a description suggested by this photograph' (photo in the document). It can be used for any students at any level - GCSE and above - to improve their creative writing skills
This narrative writing prompt is designed to be used anytime during the school year and is perfect to create an eye-catching bulletin board. The students love this prompt because they are allowed to use their vivid imaginations and create their own hot air balloon adventure. freebytheseaThe writing
“In a growth mindset, students understand that their talents and abilities can be developed through effort, good teaching and persistence” (Morehead 2012). Developing this type of thinking is pivotal in today’s classrooms as we seek to help students become all that they CAN be and all that they WA
This is a creative writing fantasy/ realistic fiction / fictional writing piece. It is designed with a brainstorm, introduction, body paragraph, and conclusion drafting pages. The writing piece is based on a hot air balloon ride. Students are granted an opportunity to take a hot air balloon ride any
This is a descriptive writing piece that I wrote in response to a question for GCSE English Language - the question was "Write a description suggested by this photograph" (photo included). It can be used for any student at any level - GCSE and above - to improve their creative writing skills, partic
8th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Engage your students with these fun, easy prep one page paper crafts of an Uppercase and Lowercase Letter H. Great for fine motor skills, problem solving skills and letter recognition reinforcement and increase in focus and creativity. In addition, focus on handwriting and writing skills with the wr
Jackie's Crafts. Cute, Fun, and Easy. Great to use in conjunction with lessons, special units, seasonal lessons, literature time, or as a fun time craftivity. Cute and fun whether you want to do a writing craft or drawing, or both! Mount these on your bulletin board to make your classroom shine and
Help students set goals for back to school or the new year while practicing writing! Simply copy on cardstock for each student. Have students cut out the balloon when finished. Optional: Add a picture of your student inside the hot air balloon!
Print these game pieces, cut and laminate them. Students can use dry erase markers to write how many are in each box. Alternative activities: Place on magnet board and have students place a number magnet in the box. Place these in pocket protectors and use as dry erase for counting. This includes a
PreK - 1st
Hot Air Balloon Travel Questions Flip Book Writing Coloring English Fun
As you study transportation and things that go, create hot air balloon crafts during centers or morning work. During your kindergarten writing lesson, students write about what they want to be when they grow up or a place they'd like to visit. Directions and Contents:Tape yarn to the back of the
❤❤❤Peppy Pencil Writing Helpers❤❤❤ I made this writing activity for young writers and especially for those who struggle to finish writing lessons in class. Many students have great ideas but have difficulty putting their thoughts on paper. Or, they just don't know where the start! But if they go s

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