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Description eBook PDF Format Sample Pages These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto...
Description eBook PDF Format Sample Pages These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto...
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eBook PDF Format

Sample Pages

These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto paper. A variety of topics and themes are covered throughout this collection, each designed to introduce children to different ways of presenting information through
written work. Each writing assignment guides children with small instructional cues and provides the necessary vocabulary to complete the task.

Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

Overview

These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto paper. A variety of topics and themes are covered throughout this collection, each designed to introduce children to different ways of presenting information through
written work. Each writing assignment guides children with small instructional cues and provides the necessary vocabulary to complete the task.

Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

We suggest using an inexpensive compositional notebook to store all writing assignments. When finished children will have a collection of 30 writing samples they can show and read.

Weekly concepts include: simple sentences, compound sentences, making a list, time order, comparing, descriptions, opinions, imagination expansion and much more.

Week 1: I Am
Week 2: My House
Week 3: My Mom
Week 4: My Dad

Week 5: My Family
Week 6: My Family Tree
Week 7: My Favorite Color
Week 8: Make a List

Week 9: I Like / I Don’t Like
Week 10: My Favorite Book
Week 11: My Favorite Pet
Week 12: I Am Good At

Week 13: If I Were a Bug
Week 14: When I Grow Up
Week 15: The World’s Best Dessert
Week 16: My Favorite Toy

Week 17: If I Could Fly
Week 18: Super Powers
Week 19: My Best Friend
Week 20: My Best Friend 2

Week 21: Poetry
Week 22: Window
Week 23: Helping
Week 24: Three Wishes

Week 25: Scared
Week 26: Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow
Week 27: Steps to a Balloon
Week 28: Vacation
Week 29: My Week
Week 30: Seasons and Senses

      Description

      eBook PDF Format

      Sample Pages

      These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto paper. A variety of topics and themes are covered throughout this collection, each designed to introduce children to different ways of presenting information through
      written work. Each writing assignment guides children with small instructional cues and provides the necessary vocabulary to complete the task.

      Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

      Overview

      These 30 guided writing prompts are an effective way for children to explore beginning language concepts by putting their thoughts, ideas and feelings onto paper. A variety of topics and themes are covered throughout this collection, each designed to introduce children to different ways of presenting information through
      written work. Each writing assignment guides children with small instructional cues and provides the necessary vocabulary to complete the task.

      Please Note this product is included in our R.E.A.D. Curriculum Notebook

      We suggest using an inexpensive compositional notebook to store all writing assignments. When finished children will have a collection of 30 writing samples they can show and read.

      Weekly concepts include: simple sentences, compound sentences, making a list, time order, comparing, descriptions, opinions, imagination expansion and much more.

      Week 1: I Am
      Week 2: My House
      Week 3: My Mom
      Week 4: My Dad

      Week 5: My Family
      Week 6: My Family Tree
      Week 7: My Favorite Color
      Week 8: Make a List

      Week 9: I Like / I Don’t Like
      Week 10: My Favorite Book
      Week 11: My Favorite Pet
      Week 12: I Am Good At

      Week 13: If I Were a Bug
      Week 14: When I Grow Up
      Week 15: The World’s Best Dessert
      Week 16: My Favorite Toy

      Week 17: If I Could Fly
      Week 18: Super Powers
      Week 19: My Best Friend
      Week 20: My Best Friend 2

      Week 21: Poetry
      Week 22: Window
      Week 23: Helping
      Week 24: Three Wishes

      Week 25: Scared
      Week 26: Yesterday/Today/Tomorrow
      Week 27: Steps to a Balloon
      Week 28: Vacation
      Week 29: My Week
      Week 30: Seasons and Senses

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          Tracy
          Wonderful

          Cant say enough GREAT words. So mjuch fun

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          Olena Martyntsova
          Interactive Prompts

          I like it. Wonderful job! I enjoy every your product. It is bright, colourful and full of great INFO) Thank you)

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          R.R.
          Love!

          This program was included in the READ program and my daughter is having a fun time with these writing prompts! They truly are set up to be entertaining with the cute graphics and the prompts are very age appropriate all while being comprehensive. It's fun seeing her prompts progressing and improving as she's moving along in the program.

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          Mariette De Wit
          Writing Prompts

          Great value!

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          Carolyn H.
          love the 30 weeks of writing prompts...

          I love the 30 weeks of writing prompts, word banks, variety of writing spaces, and cross curricula connections with science, social studies, and literature. Thanks!