NO PREP Kindergarten and First Grade Journal Writing Prompts for the ENTIRE YEAR!
I used to spend so much time searching for and prepping developmentally appropriate writing activities. This journal bundle was designed with the goal of having all of my writing for the school year in one place. I poured my heart and soul into creating each monthly package, and it was SO worth it! Having my monthly writing in one file so that I can print and go is everything! I hope that this resource helps teachers just like me. I love creating purposeful products that help to eliminate your stress and give you back your precious planning time. For me, that is the most rewarding part of being a Teacher-Author. Reading the feedback on this product makes me so happy!
After months of creating and perfecting this package, I am so thrilled to share this TPT Blog Featured Resource with you! My JOURNAL BUNDLE for the ENTIRE YEAR includes nine months of writing prompts for beginner writers in kindergarten and first grade!
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All Journal Writing Prompts Monthly Packages Include:
Choices for Student Journal Covers
24+ Writing Prompts
Primary Lined Paper with Writer’s Checklist – (Shaded blue area copies beautifully as a light gray!)
2 Formats/ Versions depending on how you would like to use the pages
This format is great for individual use either during Writing Workshop time or as a Writing Center. Works well with the Daily 5 or any literacy centers!
Choice of cover options. Choose cover, arrange pages in the order you like, copy and staple!
“Name” area not included as students write names on journal cover
5 lines of primary lined paper. – Extra writing line for students to write more details! Students finish prompt and eventually write a second or third sentence.
Writer’s Checklist at the bottom
The Writing Checklist
Featured at the bottom of the journal paper, this checklist helps beginner writers in kindergarten and first grade to stay on track!
Teacher Tips for Using the Journal Writing Prompts:
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