Silly Starters, Gr. 1-3 (Write-Abouts)

Silly Starters, Gr. 1-3 (Write-Abouts)

# 019542

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Item #: 019542
ISBN: 9781557087874
Grades: 1-3

Category Description for Write Abouts:

These spiral bound, small format books look like little flip calendars. They each contain 365 imaginative prompts, thoughts, and starters to get kids writing. The pages are dated, so you can do them on the appropriate days, or just pick and choose throughout the year.

Category Description for Creative Writing Practice:

These materials focus on creative writing practice and offer little to no instruction.

Category Description for CREATIVE WRITING:

These materials cover various types of creative writing, including descriptive writing, poetry, journaling, and stories.

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4.0" x 8.88" x 0.88"
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Writing prompts
Brittney B on Jul 15, 2019
Writing prompts
Brittney B on Jul 15, 2019
Looks like a fun way to get more consistent practice with writing.
User on Aug 23, 2016
Looks like a fun way to get more consistent practice with writing.
User on Aug 23, 2016
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Rated 5 out of 5
"Write what it is like to live with- a spoon- that likes to sing" This amazing little flip book is THE thing for reluctant writers or for ANYONE who needs to "lighten up" about composition! There are three sections in the spiral binding which you flip independently Each section gives you a different zany component for a writing prompt This book is also quite versatile because you can have your young writers use the prompts for oral OR written composition Of course mom could always type as the child describes too Although this book is for grades 1-3 (additional books are available for 4th - 8th) my 5yo always wants an 'assignment' from it and my 5th grader would be devastated if he wasn't included in the fun In fact I think you'd be hard-pressed to find a high-schooler (or even a dad!) who could resist "Create a postcard from- a coat- who is afraid of kids" or perhaps "Write a letter to- a squirrel- who wants to be a human" Highly highly recommended
October 23, 2014

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