✯✯✯✯✯March Writing Prompts, Graphic Organizers, Papers, and Posters✯✯✯✯✯
This packet contains fun writing prompts about holidays and celebrations for the month of March. 8 to 10 writing prompts are included for each of the following: opinion writing, narrative writing, and informational writing. (the 3 types of writing required by Common Core Standards) For each writing prompt there is a graphic organizer that can help your students learn how to plan and organize their writing. Colorful writing posters can be used to decorate your bulletin boards, walls, or use in writing centers for students to use as references. Finally, writing papers are included that you may want to use for your students to publish their writing.
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This monthly writing series includes:
•➽ writing prompts for narrative, informational, and opinion writing
•➽cute and colorful writing prompt cards
•➽graphic organizers to match prompts
Use this packet to supplement your own mini-lessons, use in writing centers or stations, or use as practice to writing exams. The graphic organizers for the informational and opinion prompts are designed to help students learn to develop a 3 paragraph essay, and as they improve and gain confidence, a 5 paragraph essay format.
Writing lessons are not included in this packet. Instead, I have included items that you can use to supplement your own writing lessons and/or use in writing centers.
This packet would be perfect for your writing center, for a whole class activity, small group, differentiation, or use it in a way that works best for you and your students!