****October Work on Writing****
How will this resource help make my planning easier?
If you’re anything like me, you are constantly trying to improve your writing station. Searching for new ideas, scrambling to get things prepped and ready, wishing you had “just one more thing” to keep your kids excited about writing and engaged in the process. Does this sound familiar?! The activities and task cards in this resource were created to help make all of that easier for you! Help keep your kids excited and engaged without scrambling and searching for “just one more thing.”.
What themes are covered in this resource?
The activities and task cards in this resource are centered around common October thematic units of study…Columbus Day, Fire Safety, Bats, Spiders, Fall, & Halloween.
What will I get with the purchase of this resource?
63 October vocabulary cards + 6 Title Cards
1 Describe It & 6 Categorize It Printables
7 Look & Label Printables
29 List It Task Cards & Printables
29 Prompt Me Task Cards & Printables
14 How-To Task Cards & Printables
15 Write a Letter Task Cards & Printables
23 Book It Task Cards & Printables
15 Sentence Scrambles
6 Spin a Sentence Spinners & Printable; 6 Spin It To End It Printables
7 Write About It Printables
Who will best benefit from the activities in this resource?
This packet was created with the 1st grade classroom in mind, but contains differentiated options that would be great for Kindergarten and 2nd grade students as well 🙂
Are there any more work on writing resources available so that I can continue the familiarity and consistency in instruction in my classroom?
YES!!! A whole year’s worth of writing activities in fact!!! And you can find them here:
Work on Writing YEARLONG BUNDLE
August (Back to School) Work on Writing
September Work on Writing
October Work on Writing
November Work on Writing
December Work on Writing
January Work on Writing
February Work on Writing
March Work on Writing
April Work on Writing
May/June/July Work on Writing
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