In this unit you will find simple pages with a picture and space to write a paragraph about the following:
Weather, Sunny Weather, Thunderstorms, Rain, Snow, Wind, Tornado, Water Cycle (Precipitation), Sunflower Life Cycle, Apples, Grapes, Oranges, Pears, Bananas, Watermelons, Arctic, Beach, Caves, Desert, Forest, Mountains, Lakes and Ponds, Grasslands, Rainforest, Savannah, Rivers, Volcanoes, Peninsula, and Islands.
There are no directions or any sort of teacher instructions to follow. Just simple, easy peasy sheets to use anywhere and anytime.
Use during science if you are studying weather, biomes, landforms, or health! This is a great way to tie Common Core Writing to a content area such as science or social studies.
This unit comes from a much larger unit. See the description below.
for the 200+ Paragraph Product.
In this product you will find 200+ pages of paragraphs to use within content areas, homework, morning work, and/or as exit tickets to check for understanding. Use in centers or for substitutes.
So that you, the teacher, could regulate the specifics of the content of the paragraphs pages have simple prompts reading “Write a paragraph about…” or picture only.
This is a zipped file with 210 pages and 201 paragraphs
to be written by students.
All About Me and My Favorites:
Favorite Food, Favorite Book, Favorite Restaurant, Animal, Movie, T.V. Show, Hero, Computer Game, Subject, Favorite Thing to Do Before Bedtime, Character, Person, Teacher, At School, Home, After School, and Place. (Also provided: 1 Cover to Make an “All About Me” 18 Page Book)
January (Snowman and Winter), February (Hearts, Valentines, Candy, Cupid), March (Rainbows, Leprechauns, & Pot of Gold), April (Easter Bunny, Eggs, and Spring Chick), May (Flowers), June (Sun), July (Beach, Sandcastle & Surfing), August (Camping), September (Bus and Welcome Back to School), October (Halloween, Bats, Scarecrow, Frankenstein), November (Pilgrims, Pumpkins, & Corn), December (Christmas, Elves, Gingerbread Man, and Santa Claus)
Liberty, Statue of Liberty, White House, United States, The Flag, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Globe, World Map with Continents and Oceans and All 50 States with State Motto or Slogan, (Alaska, Alabama, Arkansas, Arizona, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maryland, Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina, North Dakota, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Nevada, New York, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Vermont, Washington, Wisconsin, West Virginia, and Wyoming.
Animals and Insects:
Life Cycle of a Frog, Chicken, Butterfly, Ladybug, and paragraphs about the following animals and insects, lions, zebras, monkeys, elephants, hippos, tigers, giraffes, snakes, chickens, ladybugs, octopus, dolphin, fish, sharks, crabs, grasshoppers, fly, dragonfly, centipede, caterpillar, butterfly, beetle, ant, bee, swan, turtle, whale, goat, chick, cow, beaver, deer, fox, gopher, hedgehog, owl, rabbit, raccoon, ram, skunk, snail, squirrel, flamingo, kangaroo, polar bear, sloth, snake, penguin, dolphin, alligators, crabs, sharks, seahorse, octopus, frog, fish, duck. 5 repeats of animals but with different pictures.
Characters and Community Workers:
Cat in the Hat, Thing One and Thing Two, Scuba Diver male and female, Astronauts (4 Variations), Police Officers, Navy, Marines, Air Force, Army, Directors, Doctors, Fire Fighters, Hockey Player, Skiers, Ice Skaters. Pictures only/ no prompt.
Weather and Landforms:
Weather, Sunny Weather, Thunderstorms, Rain, Snow, Wind, Tornado, Water Cycle, Sunflower Life Cycle, Apples, Grapes, Oranges, Pears, Bananas, Watermelons, Arctic, Beach, Caves, Desert, Forest, Mountains, Lakes and Ponds, Grasslands, Rainforest, Savannah, Rivers, Volcanoes, Peninsula, and Islands.
Science and Social Studies Topics to enhance your curriculum or use as exit tickets.
Use these writing worksheets for substitutes. Easy time fillers.
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Text dependent questions are designed for text evidence responses!
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