These digital writing prompts go with R.J. Palacio's 365 Days of Wonder. Each daily quote comes from the book 365 Days of Wonder. This is a set of 30 digital writing prompts for the month of April.
If you want to download the FREEBIE to try out:
April 24-28 Digital Resource for 365 Days of Wonder
Mr. Browne has students interpret precepts. This is a fun, meaningful activity for students that can be easily incorporated into daily or weekly instruction.
These are meant to be used in Google Drive or Google Classroom and shared with your students. Instructions and a teacher tutorial video are included.
This is a great way to begin a journey of going paperless or to simply include more technology in your teaching. Students love to interact with technology and can be more motivated to write when using a computer.
There are 2 different versions included in this file, one is the full 30 prompts in Google Slides with all of the prompts listed so your students can work in one file and the other is a list of links for the daily prompts in Google Slides so that you can share each prompt individually with your students. It's up to you which file you choose to use.
What You Get
*Link for Google Slides monthly file
*30 links to daily prompts (if you choose to assign daily instead of the one monthly file)
*30 posters with quotes (undated)
*30 posters with quotes (April 1-30)
*Link to YouTube tutorial video for teacher to understand how to access the Google Slides file
*Written directions are also provided for use with Microsoft OneDrive
*4 project ideas for month of April
Enjoy the daily Precepts Posters for April. These will look great hanging around your classroom while reading the novel or to hang up periodically for discussion over their meanings. Brighten up your classroom with this set of colorful, eye-catching posters which include 30 days of April Precepts from the book 365 Days of Wonder. It comes with 30 posters with the dates AND also includes the same 30 posters undated.
The daily writing prompts Google Slides product comes as a link in a PDF file. First, make sure you are signed into your Google account. Click on the link and you will be prompted to "Make a Copy". Rename the Google Slides whatever you would like. It will be sent directly to your drive! Disperse to your students via Google Classroom, Google Drive Shared folder, your Learning Platform, etc..
In order to use this resource, your students will need free google accounts and access to the internet. Students simply type into provided text boxes.
Directions are also provided for use with Microsoft OneDrive.
It is important to note that this template cannot be shared or used by people other than you and your students. Colleagues, administrators, and other professionals will need to purchase their own template.
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