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Picture Writing Prompts with Sequencing Cards for Daily Writing

A Teacher's Idea


  • Grades: Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade
  • Subjects: Reading, Writing
  • Product Type: Printable, Worksheet
  • Format: Digital product, Downloadable

Product Description

These are picture writing prompts with sequencing cards. Great for young writers who need more support in early writing.

These picture writing prompts with sequencing cards are great for young writers who need more support in early writing. Your students get an opportunity to use their visual discrimination skills to help them pay attention to details in pictures. They will write sentences about the picture. They also get to color their pictures and sequence the sheets to create their own little book as a keepsake. Simply print the page/s and review the directions with them. Encourage them to write one or two sentences that describe the picture on any given sheet. I also included a blank writing sheet for extended writing should it be necessary. The sheets are great for homework or small group work in which case they can each be given a different page to prepare a group book instead.The picture cards can be laminated and sequenced first and the sheets can be ordered accordingly to match them. I included little circles on the cards where students can write the number in the sequence with dry erase markers. Individually, your students can work on one writing scenario at a time.The writing scenarios are:-Getting ready for schoolGetting ready for bedWashing my handsPacking a lunchMaking Jelly ToastCrossing the streetAt LunchtimeSetting the tableWashing the dishesStarting the School DayMaking my BreakfastCleaning my bedroom


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A Teacher's Idea
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I have been in the field of primary education for 25 years. I am a teacher blogger and teacherpreneur for over 4 years.   I  completed a B. Ed (Bachelor of Education) majoring in Language Arts and recently graduated with a Masters in Literacy Instruction. Visit my blog for great ideas and teaching tips to make learning for your students both memorable and fun.

  Nicole x

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