This download contains 4 writing prompts that correlate with the book, The Crayon Box that Talked. The prompts promote higher level thinking and self-to-text connections.
The two primary prompts contain three-lined paper and are:
What lesson did the crayons learn? Why is this an important lesson for us, too?
How did the crayons change from the beginning of the story to the end?
The two intermediate prompts contain single-lined paper and are:
In the beginning of the book, The Crayon Box That Talked, the crayons did not like each other or get along. Write about the lesson they learned to help them work together. How can we apply this lesson to our own lives?
How did the crayons’ opinions about each other change throughout the story? What do you think caused this change? How do you think our opinions about people can change in the same way as the crayons’?
Each prompt has fun crayon graphics that can be colored by the students.
This book and these prompts are perfect for back to school, or any time your students need a reminder to work together or to accept and embrace each others' differences.
Thank you so much for looking.