What kept them on track to keep going like the Jamaican bobsled team? Bread and Roses, Too by: January Writing Prompts S. The Trial of Cardigan Jones by: This set contains 2 snow globe templates: Of course, this is a natural opportunity to learn about the host country, too.
Yes, Judy is a third-grade girl but she is very much the tomboy and boys love this series as much as girls.
Philip Pullman, illustrated by: Cindy Neuschwander, illustrated by: Mary Mapes Dodge - TorBooks, pages. A Billy Sook at your local library. Freddy the Detective by: Gary Blackwood - Puffin Books, pages. From camels to elephants to boats and trolleys, this is an inspirational look at the great lengths that some librarians go to to bring books to children around the world.
What Is a Pronoun? What Would Joey Do? A brave Danish girl helps smuggle her Jewish friends to safety. Chock-full of puns and mixed with just the right blend of whimsy and ethics lessons, The Light Princess deserves a fresh set of 21st-century eyes.
Kate DiCamillo - Candlewick, pages. However, his beautiful drawings of butterflies help him win over the class bully and begin to transcend the barrier of language. Short chapters present dramatic accounts of real incidents, such as an expedition to untangle a gorilla from an antelope snare or the rescue of an orphaned baby gorilla.
Find The Rag Coat at your local library.
George and Martha by: Celebrate countries from around the world Celebrate the beauty of all the nations sending incredible athletes to South Korea this year. The Canning Season by: On January 11,Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to earn a medical degree in the United States and she graduated on January 23,first in her class.
Deborah Hopkinson, illustrated by: What do you think of the standoff between Dave and the principal?
A laugh-aloud, farcical story evolves from this unlikely premise. Encourage students to write original folklore or weatherlore predictions based on their own observations of the seasons.This list of 25 fun writing prompts are written for grades 3 - 5 (but could be used with 1st and 2nd with a bit of tweaking) and can be used any time during the winter.
Besides using them as a whole class activity, you could use them for writing journals, for centers, or even as a homework assignment.
Elementary writing is a perfect skill to refine this time of year. But, as winter settles in, it’s easy for students to ditch their elementary writing practice and get distracted by the potential of snow days or by impending breaks from school.
Winter worksheets and Winter games for preschool, kindergarden, first grade and second grade. These winter wonderland creative writing worksheets can be used for many of the December writing prompts that are found on this page.
Click on the link below to view the page where these winter printable worksheets can be found: Winter Wonderland Printable Worksheets. Let your 5th-grade students show you how imaginative they can be, with our most popular creative writing printables. We have plenty of poetry and short-story activities for them to enjoy, plus many other types of lessons!
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16 fun prompts for 3rd-5th graders. Use at a writing center, for morning work, or as emergency sub plans. Winter activities Christmas Activities Writing Activities Christmas Games Christmas Ideas.Download