May Writing Prompts - Teacher Appreciation, Cinco de Mayo, Lewis & Clark, World No Tobacco Day, and more.June Writing Prompts - Donut Day, Henry Ford and the first car, Donald Duck, Anne Frank, the 'Happy Birthday' song, and more.
Each child knows that they are expected to apply the lessons in their daily writing.
This is when I will also begin to use writing rubrics to guide their practice and for evaluation.
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We hope that our newest addition, “Daily Writing Prompts,” does just that.
You may want to refer back to the monthly events calendar for this information in order to share it with your students. Tolkien, Benjamin Franklin, Home computers, and much more.
January Writing Prompts - Writing Prompts include: author J. February Writing Prompts - Writing topics include: Groundhog Day, the Super Bowl, Valentine's Day, The Pony Express vs. March Writing Prompts - Writing Prompts include: Yellowstone National Park, Mardi Gras, Harriet Tubman Day, St. April Writing Prompts - Including April Fools Day, signing of the Civil Rights Act, Lincoln's Assassination, Earth Day, Arbor Day and more.
come from experience, and students must be able to web their thoughts prior to putting them on paper.
Using story starters is a great way to begin making writing a daily habit.
July Writing Prompts - Prompts include: the first Zeppelin, U. Independence Day, Apollo 11 and living on the moon, Sesame Street, Fingerprints, patents and more.
August Writing Prompts - Writing prompt topics include: signing of the Declaration of Independence, National Joke Day, Amelia Earhart, Speech, and much more.