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Valentine's Day Craft: Valentine's Day Writing:
These quick and easy mini lessons, ELA printables, and fun Valentine's Day writing craft teach your students about the history of Valentine's Day, defining a valentine, and determining it's part of speech.
The writing craft uses photos of your students and is a fun way for them to write about ways they show they care. Display your students' writing for an easy Valentine’s Day bulletin board or door display. Blank writing templates are included so you can even write in your own prompt if you wish.
Five activities in all that can be spread over the course of a week, included in your reading or writing centers, or added to your Valentine's Day activities.
2 Mini-Lessons with projectable charts & student response pages
The History of Valentine's Day
-With reading passage and fill in the blank vocabulary
What is a Valentine?
-Students define a valentine and identify its use as different parts of speech
-Students read a variety of sentences containing the word 'valentine' and determine its part of speech (noun or adjective)
Projectable color versions and blackline student versions are included
Valentine's Day Writing Craft
This writing craft made with student photos
Writing templates in 2 handwriting line styles plus manuscript and cursive
Includes blank, write in templates to add your own writing prompt. *Please note the templates are not editable
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