Writing Prompts with Pictures - BUNDLE Picture Writing Prompts - Pick a Prompt

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Primary Planet by Hilary Gard
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    Engaging writing prompts with pictures will get even your most reluctant writer's writing! Use these picture writing prompts with the writing paper built-in, or use the strips and your own paper! These visual writing prompts are perfect for Writer's Workshop, Work on Writing, Writing Centers, Substitute Teachers, and Fast Finishers. They are also useful for ELL as they offer a lot of writing support!

    This is the ULTIMATE Pick a Prompt Bundle! It includes ALL of my Pick a Prompt Products to date!

    You will get 30% off of the full price of buying the products individually.

    PLUS Super Hero Pick a Prompt and Just for Fun Pick a Prompt (these are not included in any other bundle!) It's like getting 15 products for the price of 12!

    You will find all of the prompts in the 3 bundles:

    Fall Pick a Prompt Bundle!

    Winter Pick a Prompt Bundle!

    Spring-Summer Pick a Prompt Bundle!


    Superhero Pick a Prompt!


    Just for Fun Pick a Prompt!


    Adventure Pick a Prompt!

    Included in this super versatile writing product:

    ✎Friendly letter templates (Write to a veteran, Santa, Teacher, and blank)

    ✎1 Interview a friend

    ✎Comic Strips (with characters and blank)

    ✎Newspaper (with headlines and blank)

    ✎Blank Pick a Prompt template (they can make up their own for a friend)

    ✎3 “Texting” prompts (2 with characters, 1 blank)

    ✎Cards (for Valentines Day)

    ✎Poem frame

    ✎Passport Templates

    ✎Packing List

    ✎Tickets and Boarding pass templates

    ✎61+ different pick-a-prompts-each one with a choice of:

    Primary writing lines

    Plain Lines

    Space for drawing

    ✎ 4 Would you rather? prompts

    ✎13 Compare and contrast prompts

    ✎23 Descriptive writing prompts

    ✎37different list making prompts

    ✎9 Challenge prompts (Write a story about whatever you want, but use all of the words)

    ✎9 Funny prompts

    ✎14 Opinion writing prompts

    ✎ I am adding 4 new "What if" higher-order thinking prompts to each set of prompts!


    ✎An editing checklist


    ✎3 different choices of writing paper to copy onto the back of the prompts (or not)!

    Want to try it before you buy it? Click here for a freebie: Picture Writing Prompts FREEBIE!

    These prompts are a fun way for kiddos to do writing prompts! We know that children are more engaged and motivated when given a choice! These Pick A Prompts are a great way to let the kiddos choose what they want to write about, while also helping to spark their imaginations! They are perfect for those "I don't know what to write about!" kiddos. Students choose a character, a setting, and a “plot”. The beauty of this is that they can use one from each category, all of them from each category or any combination in between! Prompts are print and go, they are at the top of the paper that your students will do their writing on. They are also great for writing centers, fast finishers, writing homework, or leaving for a substitute teacher! Here is my blog post about them: What in the World are Pick a Prompts?

    I hope your kiddos have as much fun with these as mine do! Thanks so much!


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Write opinion pieces in which they introduce the topic or name the book they are writing about, state an opinion, supply a reason for the opinion, and provide some sense of closure.
    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.
    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 a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.
    With guidance and support from adults and peers, focus on a topic and strengthen writing as needed by revising and editing.


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