Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Write This, Draw That! Writing through the Spring

AHH  so many snow days we've had already this year is making me lazy!  But this past snow day I was excited to final finish my Write This, Draw That!  I have been getting a few sweet e-mails from you guys asking me when I will be done.  So here it is!  Finally complete.  ::relieved::

This is a bundle that I started creating back in September.  My little ones absolutely love using it during centers and it definitely has helped them with their writing.  I have seen such improvement and so happy to see them grow!  

Here are some snippets on what's inside.

I have tons of writing start topics.  I like to do this because some kiddies in my class need to be given an idea to start with and they can go from there.  Other students just need a topic and from there they can figure out what to write.  Everyone is different and I like to include differentiated instruction.  

Here are some topic cards.

I also like to incorpate fun and themed printables to match the month in which they are writing.  It's a fun way to encourage my little ones to write.  They know that once their done writing, they can color in the pictures or draw a picture of their own to describe their work! 


What do you think?  Do you think your little one will love it?

This bundle includes:

*each month has 30 writing starter cards (each)
*24 topic cards (each)
*7 writing prompts (each) primary & secondary lines
*directions on how to put together using pictures and book rings

Some topics and ideas are:

*st patricks day
*historic women



*easter bunny
*april fools
*earth day
*april showers


*cinco de mayo
*teacher appreciation
*nurse appreciate
*ice cream
*super héros
*free choice
*mother's day

You can check out more by clicking here or check out my TpT Shop and see what else I have up for February.  

If you love love love this, leave me a comment, letting me know you follow me on Blog Lovin
and your e-mail address and I will choose 2 winners tonight.

Congrats to #1 and # 2.  Liz and Amber!  Sending it over now. =) 

Happy Wednesday!


  1. I follow you on Blog Lovin! Your new product looks great!
    Teaching in the Valley

  2. Looks super! Always looking for additional writing resources…my group this year needs all the encouragement and engagement they can get in this content area! :)

  3. Love this! Super cute! Always looking for more ways to get my Kindergartners writing!

  4. I would love to use this with my first grade class! I am a big fan and follow you on bloglovin'

  5. If it's not too late (I'm Pacific time) I would love to win. I follow you on bloglovin' and I definitely love these.

  6. I'm always on the lookout for new ways to make sure students have something to write about! Been following on bloglovin for a while now.

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  7. I think it's adorable! Do you have a problem getting your kids to write more than one sentence and saying "I'm done!" I do! Maybe these will help!


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