5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring

5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
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5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
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5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
5 Days of Narrative Writing - Spring
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(10 MB|6 pages)
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5 narrative writing prompt worksheets for SPRING. A full week of writing prompts for Monday-Friday. Students will write a paragraph or essay using the extension page.

INCLUDES:

→ 5 black and white print-friendly writing sheets

→ 1 black and white print-friendly extension writing sheets

Who is this for?

→ Grades 2-6

→ Students who are working on narrative paragraph writing or reviewing.

How to use it?

→ EASY! Print, copy, and pass out (suggestion: choose “fit” as a printing option).

→ Students can write a paragraph on the writing prompt.

→ Can write an essay using the extension page.

→ Great to use with R.A.C.E. writing strategy because the prompts are written as questions.

→ Students will need coloring pencils, markers, or crayons after they are done writing.

→ Students can use scratch paper or white boards to plan their writing.

→ Use to display student work on bulletin boards.

Why download?

→ A full week of writing

→ Fun seasonal activity for students!

→ Great for displaying student work because it adds color to your walls.

→ Students can show their individual styles with their color choices.

→ Stimulates creatively.

→ Easy to use for differentiation.

→ Flexible and easy to use.

→ Can be used for a full week of Monday through Friday (5 days) of writing.

→ Fun cute clipart

Before downloading, please know:

→ Not editable

→ Digital Copy Only (you will need to print and make copies)

Also Check Out my free opinion writing downloads:

Spring Banner Activity

5 Days of Opinion Writing - Would You Rather - Spring

Credits:

→ Clipart by Le Petite Market

→ Fonts and Doodle Fonts by Kaitlynn Albani

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Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
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6 pages
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