Apples and Pumpkins Writing Compare & Contrast ESL Fall Halloween

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Jill Richardson
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K - 2nd, Homeschool
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This Fall Writing Activity for Kindergarten - Second Graders is both Digital (Use with Google Classroom) and Printable! Everyone loves apples and pumpkins! Let's compare & contrast them in this fun writing activity.

Great for primary English language learners to help prepare them for WIDA ACCESS Writing Assessments.

❤️Kimberly C, "This was a great addition to our science unit on apples and pumpkins. We use these google slides as a google classroom assignment as well as compared apples and pumpkins to my students as a whole group. The kids loved interacting with these slides and loved completing them as well. A great resource and so worth the money. A great resource to compare and contrast Apples and pumpkins with lots of great interactive activities."

❤️Rise Above, "This is perfect for comparing and contrasting with my apples and pumpkin units in the fall!

❤️Eliana, "My students really enjoyed this and I could see how this improved their writing skills. Thanks!"


✅Cover for Booklet

✅Venn Diagram comparing & contrasting apples & pumpkins

✅6-page writing booklet in print and digital

✅Writing Checklist

Printable Directions

Duplicate a copy of the booklet for each student.

Staple on the left side.

Children will fill in venn diagram comparing & contrasting apples & pumpkins.

They may look through the booklet for ideas.

Next instruct the students to write a sentence about each picture using words in the word box to help them.

When your students complete their story, they will use the writing checklist to review their work.

Students read the booklet to a partner when finished.

Included are 9 slides that you can share with your students through Google Classroom or Google Drive, which they can then type directly into, and then share back with you!

Directions are included on how to copy these files directly into your Google account. I hope this makes things easy for you, and super easy to share with your students.

Here are some of the reasons you may want to use Google Classroom/Digital Resources this year:

  • Great For Distance Learning
  • Paperless.
  • Students work directly in the file
  • Easy Portfolio of student's work
  • Improve students writing
  • Integrates technology
  • High engagement
  • Students can access anywhere
  • Kids can use these materials on iPads, Chromebooks, and other devices

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose informative/explanatory texts in which they name what they are writing about and supply some information about the topic.
Participate in shared research and writing projects (e.g., explore a number of “how-to” books on a given topic and use them to write a sequence of instructions).
Participate in shared research and writing projects (e.g., read a number of books on a single topic to produce a report; record science observations).


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