On the day you teach the letter, put this page in your writing lesson to inspire kids to write something using that same letter.
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Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall are all great options but my favorite is the Alphabet version.
I love these writing journals too because they give the kids rich vocabulary to work with.
Very basic prompts that allow them a great deal of creative spark. If You Could Be A Superhero What would your super power be? Changing Your Name Have you ever wanted to change your name? These worksheets are focused for writers that have had a bit of success in writing. Principal for a Week What if you literally ruled the school for a week? If Grandma Had An Ipod What if technology had always been around? Self Esteem and Eating In Youngsters What hurts your inward feelings? Wisdom of Your Parents What do you want to learn from your parents?
I Am Proud What makes you feel good about yourself? My Family Alphabet Use letters to display the qualities of your family. Crying Over Broken Glass Your friend breaks your sister's fishbowl. Talking To Soldiers What would you say to bring peace? The Influence of Violence How does our culture influence our attitudes?The idea behind our story paper is that for a reluctant writer a blank page can be rather daunting.With a small number of lines and a picture prompt we hope our story paper is accessible for even the most reluctant writer.And so I made this Free Writing Journal for my students.It comes with a cute cover the kids color, scaffolded lines for the amount of writing expected through the year, and a back cover that details the writing process. Students at this level are ready for more of a challenge and need to include critical thinking measures.A combination of colouring page and writing lines, these our story paper pages encourage children's imagination and are a fun and unique writing resource for school or home.Each journal has 20 pages and each page have 4 vocabulary words on it.Students can choose which words to work with, plan a story, and then write it on the page.We have used the term 'story paper' but the only limit to how these pages can be used is your imagination. Finding the write paper for early childhood can be tricky.