Draw, Label, Write!
Before children can even write they are already creating stories
. The stories are created in their imagination and are told through drawings and scribbling. As a teacher it is always exciting to watch this natural process and see how students progress from the drawing phase to the writing phase. Children begin by labeling their drawings, which often consists of one letter to represent a word, such as “m” for mom. This packet contains writing
templates that prompt young learners to draw, label and write about events and experiences that they are already familiar with. Vocabulary
words are included in both the word boxes of the writing prompts and as small flash cards. An additional page is included for each topic in which the students can trace the words. These writing prompts make wonderful literacy center activities
. They are also great for English Language Learners.
Includes 20 writing prompts/topics, some of which are:
- My Family
- The Grocery Store
- My Birthday
- The Zoo
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