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Use these journal prompts as stand alone writing pages, work on writing activities, or as a March writing journal. Simply copy the pages and staple along the edge, creating a journal booklet. You can also punch the pages and insert them into a binder or three-pronged folder. My plan is to use these booklets to encourage a variety of writing genres during our “Work on Writing” time. As the students complete a page, they will color the corresponding coin on the cover. Includes journal prompts with multiple lines or primary lines, as well as monthly dictionary pages! Topics included: - Books - Reading - Basketball - St. Patrick's Day (clover, pot of gold, rainbow, leprechaun, green) - Spring (clouds, kites, breeze) Includes the following: - Journal Cover - Illustrated monthly dictionary to help students spell words - 16 journal prompts with a starter phrase - 16 of the same journal prompts with primary lines - Additional paper - Picture space to support the textThese monthly writing prompts are a great way to create confidence while writing! Plus, they are an excellent way to keep a portfolio of each month’s writing to share with the students and their families! Thank you for visiting my store! If you purchase this product! Don't forget to follow my store for updates and fun FREEBIES! Enjoy and happy teaching! Stay connected! Visit my blog, Facebook page, and Instagram account!One Sharp BunchFacebook PageInstagram
I have been a Kindergarten Teacher for eleven years, with three years in a combined Young Five's / Kindergarten classroom! During this time, I helped initiate the Student Council, organized the talent show, worked on the accreditation process, provided district professional development, as well as served on our School Improvement Team. As I share my own passion for learning, it is my hope to instill this love of learning in my students and create students who are lifelong learners!