Draw Then Write Grades 4-6
These reproducible books each provide 23 fun drawing activities. Students draw animals, people, vehicles, and more, and then they write about what they've drawn. To assist students in drawing, sketches are included which show step-by-step how to draw the simple pictures. In the first book, students mostly answer simple questions about what they've drawn or fill in sentences using a word bank. In the advanced book, students are urged to write paragraphs about what they have drawn, using a topic sentence and plenty of supporting detail. Spark creativity by combining art and creative writing and watch those pencils fly. 96 pgs.~ Rachel
These materials focus on creative writing practice and offer little to no instruction.
These materials cover various types of creative writing, including descriptive writing, poetry, journaling, and stories.