Primary Writing Activities
Writing activities for Kindergarten and First Grade Writers
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Get ready to say hello to spring and goodbye to winter! With this free download, students can write and illustrate signs of spring while saying goodbye to all things related to winter. *Hello flowers! Goodbye snow! Hello umbrellas! Goodbye mittens!*
No more: "I don't know what to write about!" Inspire your students to write this spring with these engaging writing picture prompts! 33 prompts with a variety of themes: life cycles, insects, gardens, spring break memories, farm. Holidays include: St. Patrick's Day, April Fool's Day, Easter, Earth Day, Cinco de Mayo, Mother's Day & Father's Day.
Free opinion writing activity for first grade. Do you like rainy days? Yay or Nay? Find our what your students think with this little writing activity. Blog post also includes some ways to brighten those indoor recess days!
Transform rainy days into a fun learning opportunity in your classroom with these free rainy day printables and teaching ideas! Come check out my blog post about how I went from dreading indoor recess days to finding the silver lining in them. Free downloads included so you'll be prepared for the next rainy day. See you there! #heartoftheclass #springprintables
Keep your students writing all summer with these engaging picture prompts. Create Summer Journals to send home for the summer or use them during those last few weeks of school! Either way, your students will be writing away! No more "I don't know what to write about!" #heartoftheclass #summerwriting
Independent Writers with Journals for grades K-2. Everything you need to get journal writing going for your classroom!
List Writing with Emerging Writers: 5 Reasons Lists are an effective tool for young writers. #kindergarten #firstgrade #heartoftheclass #writingactivities
65 Engaging List Prompts for young writers! These lists are the ideal tool to inspire emerging writers to practice sounding out words. The Picture List Prompts allow writers to focus on stretching out words. Keep the lists in a writing center, use as an ‘early finisher’ activity, or send them home for writing practice. Included in this packet: * 55 List Prompts * 10 Picture List Prompts * Editable templates
Free Spring Writing Activity: How To Blow a Bubble! An engaging way to introduce or review procedural writing. Take your students outside on a beautiful spring day to blow some bubbles and then have them write about it...OR use the sequencing cards included in the resource ;) #springwriting #firstgradewriting #bubbles
Ralph Tells a Story by Abby Hanlon. Use with "What do I write about?" narrative writing lesson.
Opinion writing idea, take a picture of students holding their favorite book. Then they write about why they like it. More writing ideas here: https://goo.gl/ygR4F8