Write about Winter! Visual Writing Activities and Prompts 🙂

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Yesterday I gave a little freebie for some of your basic writers to work on tracing and copying winter themed words. Well… don’t you worry. I didn’t forget about your higher functioning writers. I made a big ole’ packet full of tons of fun winter themed writing activities – Write about Winter!. January is a long month before February starts with the entourage of Valentine themed activities piling in like loose pine needles after taking down a Christmas tree. Ugh – can you tell what I have been up to lately. I swear I swallowed some pine needles taking that dang tree down.

Let me give you a peak what’s all included! There are over 35 different winter themed writing activities to work on descriptive, narrative, and imaginative writing. There are also some graphic organizer worksheets, a letter writing task, and noun/adjective/verb sorts. All – of course – winter themed 🙂

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prompts

sort and write

They are going to LOVE these Silly Story worksheets. They love anything make believe and you know how hilarious a talking penguin is (sarcasm… maybe…). I also made these a little tricky to incorporate some problem solving (sneaky, sneaky me). Each prompt lays out a problem and students need to finish the story.

silly stories

I am most excited for these Make a List worksheets! My students really need to work on organizing their thoughts and ideas. This is a great, visual way to start on this skill.

make a list

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4 Comments

  1. Great! I just downloaded- my kids will love these activities! Thanks!!

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  2. I love this idea. Have you ever thought about creating one for Fall, Spring, Christmas etc…. Would love to purchase if you do.

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  3. Definitely will do!

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  4. super ideas, love the presentation

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