March Writing Prompts:
Bring some St, Patrick's Day and fun March themes excitement into your writing activities and set up a monthly writing center. These prompt cards and writing pages are great for students to use during writer's workshop, literacy centers, or Daily 5. If you prefer, these can be used whole-class as an assigned journal writing prompt rather than a station. Other buyers have used them for fast finishers!
This item is best suited for first grade, second grade and third grade students. First graders will be able to respond to prompts when the prompts are read aloud. Primary writing lines and picture story papers are included for young ones!
This item includes 28 high-interest prompt task cards with cute clipart in seasonal themes for a variety of writing genre.
Topics include these themes:
St. Patrick's Day
Read Across America
Dr. Famous Author's Birthday
A Cat in a Funny Hat
You Must Try Green Eggs
Signs of Spring
March Madness- Basketball
The Iditarod Race
Johnny Appleseed Day in March
Signs of Spring
Things that are Green
The prompts encourage students to write in these genre: poetry, narrative, procedural, expository, opinion, descriptive, creative and persuasive selections, all in a very kid-friendly way.
A variety of cute writing papers in different line styles and a poster to display at your writing center are also included! Not all pages are shown in the thumbnails.
To use, just print and laminate the card set, cut apart and set them out at your center in a cute seasonal basket. The students reach in, pull out a card and begin the creative process!
Enough prompt cards are provided to last for the entire month, but it's fine to jump in to get set up at any time during the month too!
Thanks for taking a look at these writing station printables! I am working on a set for each month of the school year so stay tuned and follow me for notification when they are ready if you like. October, November, December, January and February kits are available at my store now!
***To get some ideas, you can read more and see how I set up my October center in my blog post at Creative Lesson Cafe by following this link:
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