*UPDATED* A simple and adorable printable for Dr. Seuss Week. Students write about their favorite Dr. Seuss Book. There is a small space to draw at the top. Two different options for the amount of writing, comes in color or black & white.
This Dr. Seuss Writing Prompt allows students to think about the places they would like to visit someday. Students draw a picture and write about a special place they would like to go to someday. A great supplement for the book, "Oh the Places You
The first page describes and opinion statement and provides space for students to record 3 opinions about Dr. Seuss. The second page explains what a fact is and provides space for 3 facts. Students at many levels can use this resource to help
This printable writing worksheet contains the prompt, "I'm Ready to Race into..." and is differentiated for Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade. Students write about what they are most excited about to start the school year.
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Accountability and Responsibility are two words I use often in my first grade classroom. I want my students to take control of their actions. This is a perfect way to do that. I printed out these “Goal” sheets, laminated them, and placed it on