Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January

Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
Winter Writing Prompts | Winter Picture Writing Prompts for December or January
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Your young writers are going to love these engaging Winter Picture Writing Prompts. Using the provided picture students will work on writing independently. Students love winter and they love writing about winter with these winter themed writing prompts. Each page includes a winter picture that can be colored or a winter photograph, a word bank with related words and a writing prompt. These winter picture writing prompts will also help students develop new vocabulary and work on extending sentences with adjective such as using color words to describe.

Winter Picture Writing Prompts includes:

  • 10 winter photographs with writing prompt
  • 10 winter pictures for students to color and write about
  • differentiated writing lines to meet the needs of your students
  • a blank writing page
  • a pdf version to use as is AND an editable version so you can add words related to your winter studies, change the prompt or provide different instructions

SECTION 1

  • Color the Pictures
  • Guided Handwriting Lines
  • Extra Writing Template

SECTION 2

  • Photo Images
  • Guided Handwriting Lines
  • Extra Writing Template

SECTION 3

  • Color the Pictures
  • Alternative Handwriting Lines
  • Extra Writing Template

SECTION 4

  • Photo Images
  • Alternative Handwriting Lines
  • Extra Writing Template

SECTION 5

Editable PDF: as above, but teacher can add own vocabulary {fillable boxes}

Teaching Points:

  • Students will need some prior knowledge of what it means to extend a sentence and the role that adjectives can play in this
  • Students should be encouraged to use as many colors as possible to color their pictures

To begin to extend sentences students have also been provided with color words. They should first color the picture with the ‘best’ color, then use the finished colored picture to enable them to begin to write longer sentences. This is the core of the resource.

Differentiation:

  • Alternative handwriting lines
  • A second bordered page for students who wish to write at length
  • The photo section provides more difficult vocabulary and could lead more able writers towards a 'what happened next' story writing style, should the teacher wish to lead them in this direction
  • An editable version of all content has been provided for the teacher to make vocabulary choices. Just type your chosen words in each box!

This resource will work equally well as a ‘grab and go’ resource or as a small group activity where students are encouraged to verbalize their sentences first.

PLEASE NOTE: UK and US versions are included.

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Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
With guidance and support from adults, focus on a topic, respond to questions and suggestions from peers, and add details to strengthen writing as needed.
Write narratives in which they recount two or more appropriately sequenced events, include some details regarding what happened, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide some sense of closure.
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