Students practice answering "wh" questions and expanding sentences while engaging in a simple and meaningful Valentine's Day craft.
This file includes:
2 heart-shaped flap book templates. The first, “Things I Love” allows students to write about their favorite things . The second , “For Someone Special” allows students to write personal message s to someone they care about. Both templates include writing prompts facilitating response to questions "who?" "what?" "where?" and "when?“ (“For Someone Special" also includes “Why”).
"WH” heart-shaped writing templates with “wh” questions and sentence starters
1."Understanding "wh" Questions features picture cues (who/person, what/object or action "where/place, and when/time on a calendar, clock, season or special occasion)
2.Admirable Adjectives: A list of positive character trait words students may use to describe a special person. This will be particularly useful if students choose the flap book "For Someone Special".
3.Cool Compliments: sentence starters to support students who may experience word finding difficulties when writing their Valentine messages . You may find these cards useful on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day or other special occasions.
Heart-shaped writing templates
1. Single spaced lines
2. Double spaced lines
3. Vertical lines (table listing “who ““what ““where” “when”) This template works great as a heart shaped “puzzle” once students fill in each column.
Your students may also enjoy this Mother's Day Craftivity. Check it out