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FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample

FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
FREEBIE How-to Writing Sequencing Sample
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Sample Freebie of Informational Writing for beginning students

Help introduce your students to how-to writing. These no prep printables are great for a review or an introduction to informational writing. They can also be printed as a warm-up, exit ticket, formative assessment, or homework. Teachers just print and pages, students cut out the 3 how-to pictures at the bottom and glue them in sequential order of what you would do first, next, and last. Then there are areas for students to write a sentence for the first, next, and last pictures.

This pack includes:
3 no prep printables

If you enjoy this pack, I suggest you check out-- Opinion Writing Sequencing

In need of other activities for beginning writers? Check out:
Opinion Writing Sequencing

You can find the interactive version of this product, which is fabulous for Google Classroom or Microsoft OneDrive-----> Interactive Opinion Writing Sequencing

You may also like this other opinion writing activity ------> Opinion Writing Making Choices

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