❤❤❤Peppy Pencil Writing Prompts❤❤❤
Writing Prompts for Dr. Seuss Books and Read Across America Week.
Primary and Standard Lines Included.
Included in this Set:
1. Read Across America - My Favorite Dr. Seuss Book
2. Horton Hatches the Egg - I am Faithful Because - Key point: after reading the book, focus on character trait of Horton and discuss what being faithful means, how we have been faithful/kept our word/loyal, and then have students write about how the are faithful themselves. Character building.
3. Horton Hears a Who - Dear Horton - Write a thank you letter to Horton as a WHO. Key point: concept of gratitude and appreciation.
4. Green Eggs and Ham - The First Time - Write about the first time you tried something new. Key Point: In the story, Sam I am thinks he will hate green eggs and ham until he actually tries it. Teaching students the value of trying new things, new experiences, and finding the truth rather than clinging to our assumptions.
5. One fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish - A Fishy Poem - Students write a freestyle poem about fish.
6. The Lorax - I can help the Earth - Students write ways in which they can be environmentally conscious and show that they have the power to actively help the earth.
7. Fox in Socks - Students write their own Tongue Twister, as in the rhyming style of the book.
8. Oh The Places You'll Go - When I Grow up - Students write what they would like to be, dreams, hopes, wishes.
9. Cat in the Hat - If the Cat in the Hat came to my House - Pretty self-explanatory (^^) hehe~
Thank You and Happy Teaching!
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