A fun way to write and display recounts and sequencing.
After printing, students complete the writing task. This could be used as a recount of holidays, a special day at school, a recount of a book they’ve read, etc. They then cut out the net, fold along the lines and glue/sticky tape to complete the cube. String or wool could be attached to the cube to make a display.
Cubes included are:
- Four events with lines
- Two events with space for illustrations
- Four events without lines on event sides (ideal for young students who draw instead of write)
- Four events without lines on any side (ideal for young students)
- No lines, and only headings on the Introduction and Conclusion side (very versatile)
These Recount Cubes are designed to be printed on A3 paper. If your students are able to write smaller, it can also be printed on A4 paper.
The product was created by Jem's Bright Buttons.
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