Boost writing skills throughout the year with this WRITE AND DRAW JOURNAL that’s perfect for morning work. Younger children can write simple words and phrases; older children can practice different writing styles. Here are a few suggestions:
-A-Alamo: Use a map to write directions from your town to the Alamo.
-B-Bluebonnet– Describe a bluebonnet to someone who has never seen one.
-C-Cowboy Boots-Write about why you would or would not want to be a cowboy/cowgirl.
-D-Dinosaur– If dinosaurs were alive today, which one would you want to see?
-E-Ennis– Ennis, Texas is the official state “Bluebonnet City.” What would be your town or city’s official title?
This set also includes a TEXAS SYMBOLS CROSSWORD PUZZLE, which can be used as an evaluation tool or a fun learning activity.
Technical info: The booklet is in PDF format, and features 26 symbols of the Lone Star State, each illustrated with high-resolution, original images at 300+ dpi. The puzzle is also in PDF format and includes an answer key.
P.S.– The materials in the Texas Collection are the first in what will eventually become a series on the 50 states. Drop me a line if you’re interested in having resources like these for your state.