This money saving BUNDLE gets you 80 different writing prompt task cards!
The task cards sets are also sold separately, but you get one for FREE when you purchase the bundle. The bundle (and only the bundle) also includes a second set of choice boards that allows you to type in and customize the student instructions or directions. This is not available in the other sets.
The following are the task card / writing menu sets that are included in this bundle:
CLICK HERE to see the personal narrative set!
CLICK HERE to see the expository set
CLICK HERE to see narrative task cards!
CLICK HERE to see descriptive task cards!
This bundle includes 80 different writing task cards
to get your writers going! There are 2 versions of each task card included (With rainbow dot accent, and just B&W for economical printing and copying).
- 20 B&W expository task cards plus writing menu / choice board
- 20 B&W narrative task cards plus writing menu / choice board
- 20 B&W personal narrative task cards plus writing menu / choice board
- 20 B&W descriptive task cards plus writing menu / choice board
- a second editable file of choice boards so that you may customize student directions
(writing prompts are not editable)
- an entire second set of task cards with a colorful trim for color printers (80 duplicate cards)
These task cards are perfect for a variety of uses in the classroom. They can be used along side the writing choice board, or on their own in centers, for early finishers, or as a warm-up.
The cards can be used again and again throughout the year and make for a great touchstone for you to assess student growth in writing.
So why use choice boards?
Writing prompt choice boards (or menus) are the perfect way to incorporate student choice into your literacy time.
Having a choice as to what they will write helps create a sense of ownership for students and increases the level engagement during writing periods. It is also an excellent way to differentiate the writing products in your classroom.
Writing choice boards can be used in a variety of ways in the classroom. You can put in student notebooks and have them complete all prompts as a warm-up over a certain period of time. You can also use as a menu of ideas for longer writing assignments or during writer’s workshop. The prompts could also be assigned to early finishers. When used alongside the writing task cards, students could use the choice board to keep track of which prompts they have already responded to.
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