Draw & Write Literature Response templates integrate Reading, Writing, and Art. Students draw first when responding to literature, then write to support their drawing.
This free resource includes three sample pages from
Draw and Write Literature Response Templates
The full resource includes 14 printable worksheets, each with kid-friendly directions, a space for the title, a defined space for drawing, and clear, unlined space for writing, to accommodate all sizes of handwriting and develop spatial sense.
Use these templates for literature responses with
- in-class reading of specific books and stories
- whole class read-alouds
- independent, self-selected reading.
- readers’ and writers’ workshop
- independent reading
- reading at home, to go along with reading logs
Enjoy this free sample!
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