What is this pack all about?
These February writing prompts will keep your primary students engaged and excited about writing all through the month!
These are great for any time in February! To complete the task, the students finish the drawing and color the picture; they then add writing to round out their piece. Primary students of all ages can use these sheets: the writing can be as simple as a sentence to go with the picture, a few sentences or an entire story using both sides of the paper. I am amazed at the creativity of my students with each picture I get 25 different stories.
The themes covered in this pack are: Groundhog Day, Presidents’ Day, Valentine’s Day, Chinese New Year, and winter
What is included in this pack?
• February vocabulary mat with pictures in color and black-n-white
• 10 February writing prompts with early primary lines (great for k-1)
• 10 February prompts with late primary lines (perfect for 2nd-3rd)
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