This is an theme/unit based writing activity book that I created for my Pre-K students to work on as a "May Do" activity throughout the week. At end of week, the students are allowed to hang the books up on our "Author/Illustrator Corner" bulletin board. The document is created so that the pages can be copied, cut in half and stapled at the top (yields 2 books per print). I personally have my students trace over the words in the text and then write them on their own in the boxes/lines below to work on handwriting skills. They then illustrate each page using the backs of the previous page stapled before it (So the illustration would be above the writing portion on each page). The text includes a repetitive phrase, simple sight words and unit vocabulary words so that the activity builds on skills taught. The illustrations included allows this activity to be worked on independently as the students will know what the vocabulary is and reference it to draw their own illustration. Overall, my students have loved these books as it gives them a chance to simply enjoy writing and illustrating.
**Now includes four differentiated versions!**
ABC print with boxes and illustrations
ABC dotted print with boxes and illustrations
ABC print with lines and illustrations
ABC dotted print with lines and illustrations
You can choose the version that best fits your students needs!
"I have zero flowers."
"I have one flower."
"I have two flowers."
"I have three flowers."
"I have four flowers."
"I have five flowers."
"I have six flowers"
"I have seven flowers."
"I have eight flowers."
"I have nine flowers."
"I have ten flowers."
Includes a base 10 frame on each page representing each identified number!
This "Base Ten Flowers" version has a number word focus. Interested in numeral focus? Check out "Base 10 Flowers" for numeral version!