Dog Writing Prompts: Point of View Writing is based on a real family dog!
This is a fun set of 10 writing prompts with a photo, text and questions on each page. Each page is a snapshot of a day in the life of a real dog.
Honey, a wheaten terrier, has her own point of view about what life is supposed to be like! These photos capture those moments that make dogs extra lovable. In this packet, she plays in the snow, gets muddy, and into a little mischief--and she waits for Santa under the tree, and gets her first haircut. Above all, she hates showers!
Kids will use these creative writing exercises from an opinion, a point of view, stating reasons for their viewpoint. This packet is practical writing work, supports the common core, and allows for creative thinking (no wrong answers!).
The pages can be quickly printed for independent writing, working at a literacy center, or writing for homework--or having available for a substitute teacher. No pre-teaching is required to complete these.
The photos and speaking bubbles are the only context the students need to write their short responses.
Effective exercises for introducing and practicing opinion, narrative, point of view, and paragraph writing.
Some of these have a variation of the same prompt--
*Growing Up is Hard to Do
*Do I Look Beautiful?
*Honey Gets a New Haircut
*Waiting for Santa
*3 dog print framed lined stationery papers--extra papers
This set is hyper-linked to the common core standards for writing (opinion, narrative) for grades 2-4.
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