Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Winter Writing Prompts and Graphic Organizers

It seems crazy that Christmas is already over!  I have always LOVED Christmas, but it is a million times better with young kids at home. 

Seeing Christmas through the eyes of a 5 year old and a 2 year old is just absolutely magical.  Then to make it even better, we had a nice big snowfall today.  A perfect day inside to play with their new gifts.
I was also able to sit down and finish my Winter Writing Prompts and Graphic Organizers Unit.  I have s.l.o.w.l.y been working on this for a couple of weeks, but now it's finally finished.
This unit includes 26 writing prompts along with graphic organizers.  There are 6 narrative writing topics, 6 informative, 5 persuasive, 3 letters, 3 lists, and 3 descriptive writing topics.  The narrative, informative, persuasive, and descriptive topics include a graphic organizer and 2 types of decorative themed writing paper.  This unit will definitely get you through January and February and allow your students to explore numerous types of writing. 
This is just a small sample of the 75 page packet.

You can check it out by clicking below.

 
 
 


7 comments:

Cecilia said...

Looks good.

alawson said...

Love the graphic organizers!

Karen said...

Your girls are just precious! I have 2 girls of my own, a little bit older than yours. The memories we make with them are just priceless. Happy New Year!

Karen
An Apple a Day in First Grade

FirstGradeBlueSkies (Jennifer) said...

Love the pics!
jennifer
First Grade Blue SKies

Katie Knight said...

The girls look darling. The unit is almost as cute as they are! Nothing can top little Christmas princesses!

Michelle said...

Your kiddos are adorable. Have a great rest of the break!

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