We use these November Quick Writes Thanksgiving Activities writing prompts as weekly quick writes for morning work. After we spend some time working on answering in complete sentences, students are able to write one or two sentences to quickly respond to the prompts. Students get these on Monday and keep them in their writing folders. I collect them on Friday. They keep a writing rubric in their writing folders so they know what I am looking for and what will be graded each month.
There’s also a blank form to use in case you want to create your own prompts instead of using the given prompts.
Update - Interactive Notebook pages added.
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