50 printable handouts to help your students write questions about a wildlife photo. On each page, students write four, five or six sentences about my wildlife photo.
Who, What, When, Where, Why, How and How much: 30 printable pages. Photos of the sun peeking through the petals of a flower, a hummingbird perched at the top of a tree, a rabbit on the ground, a mountain goat on the edge of a cliff, a green lynx spider on a leaf, a stream flowing through the woods, a painted lady butterfly on a yellow flower, a lizard on a log, a grasshopper on the ground, a dragonfly resting for a moment, a bird standing atop a boulder, a nest in a tree, a bird clinging to a barbed wire fence, a squirrel in a tree, a water drop clinging to a leaf, and more…
Can, Do, Are, Is, Will, Would, Could, Should, Was, Were, Have, Has, Am: 20 printable pages. Photos of a honeybee on a flower, a wilting flower, a scenic valley, a monarch caterpillar, an orange shield bug, a sweat bee on a flower, a Joshua tree bending over a trail, and more.
Take a look at the Preview to see some sample pages and decide if you’d like to bring nature into your classroom, either as a whole-class activity or in a literacy center.
If you are interested in other writing packets, click on one of these below:
Divergent Thinking Writing Prompts
Writing about Nature
Make a List
Descriptive Writing: Butterflies, Birds, Bees and more
Asking Questions about Wildlife
Describe Ten Things You See
Using Nature Photos to Write a Story
Write Opinions about Wildlife
Writing on a Rainy Day
If you would like a lot of what you see, click on the link below to see my BUNDLE of 10 packets: