Martin Luther King Write the Room will add to a study on the Martin Luther King. Children search the room for the themed pictures, reading and writing (tracing for younger students) the words, writing words alphabetically and composing sentences using the words.
Write the Room is a simple and engaging activity which incorporates handwriting, vocabulary, and spelling. Children enjoy searching the room for themed cards, reading the words and recording their answers.
In this download you'll find:
* Teacher Prep and Student directions
* 4 versions of the Write the Room picture cards (one set of 12 cards with text, one set of 12 cards without, a set of the cards in black/white with text and a set without text in black/white to save on ink.
* 4 versions of the Write the Room recording sheets (one sheet tracing the word, one sheet to write the word in the blank, one sheet to write the words alphabetically and one sheet to write sentence using the words.
Martin Luther King
January Writing Prompts - 67 prompts for the month
The January Writing Prompts include:
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25 writing prompts on Winter and
30 writing prompts on Martin Luther King
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