December writing stations with no prep! Engaging and simple for independent writers.
During December we've always been busy with special projects and highly focused writing units, however, I've always needed something for my early finishers or to use as a station during my literacy block. Use how you would like! As enrichment for your curriculum, for early finishers, work stations, etc.
This is great for second and third graders (although can be used for challenging first graders and extra support for fourth graders). If you highly differentiate or individualize, this is great for you too!
Included in this pack:
*Noun Sort and Craft: Students complete a super cute reindeer craft and then sort regular and proper nouns onto the antlers
*Spelling Sort and Making Words: Students sort -ere, -ear, -eer words onto three different Christmas trees; These words are ornaments used to decorate the Christmas tree.
*Shape Poetry: Easy to follow directions, guiding students to write their own shape poems from holiday themed topics.
*Opinion Writing: Should Santa change the color of his suit? Checklist and prewriting templates to guide students in creating their own opinion writing piece.
*Writing Prompts: Students answer holiday themed questions and writing prompts. Real pictures help spark imagination and creativity. 20 cards are included. Write in Writer's Notebook, notebook paper, or writing paper provided in download.
*Writing a Timeline: As the year ends, students can think back on important events in their own life. Students create a timeline highlighting their top 3-5 events. Brainstorming pages are included. Different timeline printables are also included, use based on the needs of your students.
*Holiday Tiered Writing Pages (blank) use as needed
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