Engage your students with these character education writing prompts for beginner writers. This pack includes 30 projectable digital writing prompts with pictures. It is available in both PowerPoint and Google Slides format for teachers who use Google Apps and Google Classroom. These no prep writing prompts work well to learn and write about character education and to support and scaffold writers workshop and writing centers for English language learners.
VIDEO PREVIEW: To preview all of the pages, hover over the video with your cursor, click on the diagonal arrows under the video for "full-screen" mode and then click play.
ABOUT THE ACTIVITIES
These writing prompts can be projected on a white screen, a whiteboard, or an interactive whiteboard. If students need support, you can review the prompt together and brainstorm some vocabulary and additional ideas. Then students can write their response to the prompt either in a notebook, a writing folder, on lined paper or in an electronic format.
This resource has been teacher-tested and approved, requires no prep, can be used with the whole class, small groups, at a writing center or as an individual activity and has the option to be completely paperless.
This resource has also been kid-tested and approved, uses kid-friendly fonts, real photos and includes engaging writing prompts for beginner writers with visual supports.
Interactive PowerPoint file
Links to Interactive Google Slides file
English + FREE Spanish version (for teachers who need it)
ABOUT THE FILES
We have included two versions of this resource. One is in PowerPoint format, and the other is in Google Slides format. After your purchase you can download a folder that will have the PowerPoint files and a link to the Google Slides files.
DISCLAIMER Please note that this resource is for personal, classroom use only. I am not affiliated or associated with Google or Microsoft, nor do they endorse this resource. This is simply a resource that can be used with software and apps created by these companies.
For more info check the comments and ratings below. Happy teaching! - Nicole and Eliceo