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100 Writing Prompts: Writing Prompts for Elementary & Middle School (Literacy Builders) (Volume 7)

 (100 Writing Prompts: Writing Prompts for Elementary & Middle School (Literacy Builders) (Volume)
100 Writing Prompts makes your creative writing process easier by offering a variety of authentic writing situations. Students can pull in personal experiences and prior knowledge to write about topics that interest them. 100 Writing Prompts includes prompts appropriate for students in elementary and middle school grades. Each page has a title, a prompt, and writing space for a rough draft or quick write. Also included are 5 different activities to help you add fun to your writing challenges.

Engaging Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (8th and 9th Grade)

 (Engaging Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (8th and 9th)
This workbook comes with 71 different writing prompts for gifted and talented students in eighth grade and ninth grade. Each page has a wildlife photo and a question to promote critical thinking, such as:What scares you when you are ALONE?WHO annoys you the most at school?What are several odd things about YOU?How do you show respect toward BUGS?Is it okay to STEP on a fallen leaf?What is the value of a flower?What are the SIGNS of old age?Is it okay to CHASE a lizard?How are insects and flowers alike?Have you ever gotten lost in the WOODS?Which adult job looks attractive to you?What is the difference between a STICK and a BRANCH?Why do people make TRAILS in the forest?How are a lizard and snake alike?What COLOR do you see most often?Is what you THINK more important than what you FEEL?When is the last time you found a FEATHER?Does it matter if you are PRETTY or UGLY?Why do plants have THORNS and TOXINS?How are BUGS different from FLOWERS?What is the sky made of?And more…

Challenging Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (6th and 7th Grade)

 (Challenging Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (6th and 7th)
This workbook comes with 68 different writing prompts for gifted and talented students in sixth grade and seventh grade. Each page has a wildlife photo and a question to promote critical thinking, such as:Why must kids go to school instead of playing video games all day?Is it okay to kill a flower just so that you can have it?What sharp things are dangerous to humans?Why shouldn’t people feed human leftovers to dogs and cats?Do plants think about the Sun and warmth?Why is it okay to chop a tree limb off, but not a dog’s leg?Is a bird’s baby less important than a human’s baby?What real thing or possible event are you afraid of?Why do people kill bees that sting us, but not cats that bite us?Who is the most important person in the world?Is it okay to say “I hate you” to someone?What fun events make you the happiest?How is the Sun important to you staying alive?What job would you like to have when you’re older?What physical work must you do in order to have food for a meal?Why do siblings argue with each other?Which building do you spend the most time in?When was the last time you visited a lake?What is the last insect you picked up?When is a tree no longer a tree?How are you similar to a bird?What places have you gone swimming?How does a plant know where the Sun is?Ha...

104 Writing Prompts for 5th Graders: Story Starters & Essay Ideas

 (104 Writing Prompts for 5th Graders: Story Starters & Essay)
104 Writing Prompts for 5th Graders includes 35 Writing Prompts about community, family, friends, travel, culture, food, time, the universe, animal life, and money + 35 Story Starters to inspire creative writers to write more creatively + 34 Essay Topics for persuasive, descriptive, and expository essays.

The Writing Teacher's Activity-a-Day: 180 Reproducible Prompts and Quick-Writes for the Secondary Classroom (JB-Ed: 5 Minute FUNdamentals Book 3)

 (The Writing Teacher's Activity-a-Day: 180 Reproducible Prompts and Quick-Writes for the Secondary Classroom (JB-Ed: 5 Minute FUNdamentals Book)
Classroom-tested methods for boosting secondary students' writing skills The Writing Teacher's Activity-a-Day offers teachers, homeschoolers, and parents 180 ready-to-use, reproducible activities that enhance writing skills in secondary students. Based on Ledbetter's extensive experience consulting to language arts teachers and school districts across the country, the classroom-tested activities included in this book teach students key literary and writing terms like allegory, elaboration, irony, personification, propaganda, voice, and more--and provide them with engaging examples that serve as models for their own Quick Writes. Contains writing prompts and sample passages in student-friendly language that connects abstract literary concepts to students' own lives Written by popular workshop presenter and veteran educator Mary Ellen Ledbetter Offers a user-friendly, value-packed resource for teaching writing skills Designed for English language arts teachers in grades 6-12, tutors, parents, learning specialists, homeschoolers, and consultants.

104 Writing Prompts for 1st & 2nd Graders: Creative Writing Ideas for Young Writers

 (104 Writing Prompts for 1st & 2nd Graders: Creative Writing Ideas for Young)
104 Writing Prompts for 1st and 2nd Graders includes 51 essay ideas about community, family, friends, travel, culture, food, time, the universe, animal life, and money (for creating descriptive, expository, and persuasive essays) + 53 Story Starters to inspire creative writers to write more creatively.

Interesting Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (4th and 5th Grade)

 (Interesting Writing Prompts for Gifted and Talented Students (4th and 5th)
This workbook comes with 66 different writing prompts for gifted and talented students. Each page has a wildlife photo and a question to promote critical thinking, such as:Do you mind being by yourself in the daytime?What is your earliest memory as a kid?Is it okay to hate someone and wish that they were dead?Why is it important to exercise every day?Who do you prefer to talk to with no one else around?What do you like the most about wildlife and nature?What irritates you the most about friends and family members?What is the purpose of your life today?Are you afraid of people who don’t look like you?Is anyone or anything “perfect”?

Essay Becomes Easy: Cause and Effect, Critical, Deductive, Definition, Descriptive, Expository, Informal: Step-By-Step Guides on How to Write Different Types of Essays.

 (Essay Becomes Easy: Cause and Effect, Critical, Deductive, Definition, Descriptive, Expository, Informal: Step-By-Step Guides on How to Write Different Types of)
Do you need to get essay help? Buy “Essay Becomes Easy. Part II” and you will know how to write essays of seven different types! With our practical guide for students, you will definitely improve your writing essay skills and increase the chance of receiving an A+ for your papers. Whom Is This Book For? “Essay Becomes Easy. Part II” was created for middle school, high school, college and university students. While studying, students of all academic levels need to write myriads of essays. Some essays students write without difficulties, while others can be really challenging. However, there is no need to worry. Our book will help you with this challenge! Even if you are good at writing, you will definitely find something useful for you in this book. It’s not only for dummies! Types of Essays Which You Can Explore From Our Book Did you know that there are more types of essays besides expository and argumentative? These two types are the most popular and students are usually aware of the specifics of their writing. What about other types? Typically, students have difficulties with writing less popular types of essays. In our book, you can find core information about both popular and less popular types of essays: Cause and effect Critical Deductive Definition Descrip...

Writing Prompts: The Paragraph (Expository)

 (Writing Prompts:  The Paragraph)
This workbook contains 25 printable activities to help your students write an expository paragraph on animals: the elephant, pig, butterfly, horse, cow, snail, ladybug, cat, dog, ant, honeybee, spider, triceratops, parrot, chicken, shark, jellyfish, centipede, scorpion, fly, earthworm, frog, lizard, turtle and snake. Students practice writing descriptive paragraphs about these animals. In the first sentence, students introduce the animal. In the middle sentences, students describe the characteristics of the animal: what it eats, where it lives, what it looks like, how it acts when scared, how people feel about it, etc. In the final sentences, students give the paragraph closure.Common Core Standards: ELA.W.2.2 and 3.2 and 4.2This workbook is part of a series:Writing Prompts: How to (Describing) Writing Prompts: Paragraph (Expository)Writing Prompts: The Story (Narrative)Writing Prompts: What if (Imagination)

Follow-The-Directions Draw & Write Activities : Step-By-Step Directions and Writing Prompts That Guide Children to Draw Pictures and Write Stories about Them

Expository Writing Prompts (Follow-The-Directions Draw & Write Activities : Step-By-Step Directions and Writing Prompts That Guide Children to Draw Pictures and Write Stories about)

Soul Journal : A Writing Prompts Journal for Self-Discovery

Expository Writing Prompts (Soul Journal : A Writing Prompts Journal for)

Write It Out : Hundreds of Writing Prompts to Inspire Creative Thinking

Expository Writing Prompts (Write It Out : Hundreds of Writing Prompts to Inspire Creative)
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