March Writing Activities / Writing Center NO PREP Printables

Sheila Melton
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PreK - 2nd, Homeschool
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  1. Help your students ease "write" into writing with these MONTHLY WRITING CENTER PRINTABLES! These NO PREP printables are perfect for your Writing Center or Writer's Workshop. All templates include primary and regular lined paper.Please click the PREVIEW button above for a detailed look at this unit.Y
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***UPDATED February 2019!***

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March writing themes: St. Patrick's Day, Leprechauns, being lucky, Gardens and Spring

March Writing Center NO PREP Printables Include:

**March themed graphic organizers:

  • Writing Wheel
  • Using Adjectives to describe March
  • Make a List - "March Makes Me Think About..." and "Places I Would Hide a Pot of Gold are..."
  • March ABC Brainstorming

**March writing printables:

  • I love March! - Students use the words in the word box to write about the picture. Includes versions with and without word box.
  • Excited About March! - Students write four things they are excited about for December and why.
  • Write All About It! - Students write a sentence about the picture.
  • Acrostic poem "LEPRECHAUB" and "MARCH"
  • How to Catch a Leprechaun! - Students can complete the graphic organizer and write on the themed "how-to" paper.
  • The Luckiest Day I Ever Had... - Students can write on the themed paper.
  • If I Found a Pot of Gold - Students can write on the themed "how-to" paper.
  • March themed “Roll-A-Story” Students will use the printable and roll the dice for the character, setting (place and time) and conflict of the story. Includes themed writing paper.
  • March themed writing paper (whole and half sheets)

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Sheila Melton

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