A, E, EA, AI & IE Phonics Writing Prompts for Phoneme /e/ Print & Digital

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  1. Writing just got more fun for your students — and easier for you. Your students will love writing with these Phonics Based Writing Prompts With Word Bank. Each set of these NO PREP phonics writing prompts will focus on a specific phonics sound. The word bank provides a variety of words using differe
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Do your students ever stare at a blank piece of paper unsure how to start writing? Do you struggle to find fun ways to engage them in phonics practice and writing? Phonics writing prompts provide structure, focus, and a little fun.

Like any writing prompts, phonics writing prompts are designed to give students a jumping off point. The difference with phonics writing prompts is that students also have certain words to include. This encourages students to expand their writing vocabulary and use words with sounds that you are practicing.

They are perfect to use for weekly homework or in a writing center and will even encourage your most reluctant writers to begin. Or use the included digital writing activities to add some technology to your writing center, literacy centers or lessons. The digital writing activities are completed on Google Slides. Simply share with your students using Google Classroom or a share link.

Each writing prompt provides a list of eight single syllable and multi-syllable words that have the phoneme focus of /e/. The words include the spellings: a, e, ea, ai, and ie.

Students are required to incorporate the words provided on the prompt in their writing. Many students tend to use the same words when writing (what they are comfortable with). By using the supplied words students are extending their vocabulary to include words that they would not normally use.

The phonics writing prompts incorporate various text forms to allow students to practice writing in different ways. This pack includes ten different writing worksheets & digital activities including:

No Prep Phonics Writing Prompts for the E Sound includes:

  • 10 Writing Prompts covering a variety of writing purposes and styles
  • Writing to Entertain (mini-book, comic, character profile, poem)
  • Writing to Instruct (recipe, instructions)
  • Writing to Persuade (speech)
  • Writing to Recount (diary entry, postcard)
  • Writing to Socialize (thank you e-mail)
  • /e/ Sound Word List with the a, e, ea, ai, and ie spelling patterns
  • 10 Digital Phonics Based Writing Prompts on Google Slides

Phonics Guided Writing Prompts are great for:

  • Writing Center
  • Whole Class Writing Lesson
  • Morning Work
  • Daily Writing Journal
  • Intervention
  • Technology Integration

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Know and apply grade-level phonics and word analysis skills in decoding words.
Recall information from experiences or gather information from provided sources to answer a question.
Recall information from experiences or gather information from print and digital sources; take brief notes on sources and sort evidence into provided categories.

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