Celebrate Seuss with this hot air balloon writing prompt craftivity, which turns out absolutely awww-dorable and makes a wonderful keepsake too. Terrific transition activity after reading "Oh The Places You'll Go" by Dr. Seuss.
They look terrific suspended from the ceiling, swirling and twirling; or floating on a door, or displayed on a bulletin board, to help celebrate March is Reading Month, as you Read Across America.
- "My class won first place for the 2nd grade's door decorating contest for "Read Across America Day." Awesome product!!"
- "This was so fun and made for such a cute display."
- "We displayed these on our bulletin board during Read Across America week! They turned out very cute!"
- "We had so much fun making these and hanging them around the classroom."
I've designed it with 3 different writing prompt balloons, so that it's 3 dimensional; however, you can simply do just one with your PK kiddos, and display them on a cloud-filled bulletin board.
I do this during my "Celebration of Seuss" week, but it's also a super-fun activity for the end of the year when students will be "sailing into the next grade".
With that in mind, I've also included a set of posters for your display.
There's one for preschool-4th grade, with several generic and blank options for anything else.
I've also included blank balloon patterns, so that you can program with a different writing prompt, making it suitable for back-to-school as well.
There's a large, full-page pattern, as well as a smaller, 2-on-a-page template to conserve paper.
- "Loved this scaffold for writing and the craft was a bonus! I will use again."
- "This resource was great and my students loved it!"
- "Such a great resource! My students and I have enjoyed using this in our class!"
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping you enjoy this craftivity as much as I do.
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