If you're working hard to keep your young writers actively engaged as the days of school slip away, this pack of 14 writing templates may be just what you need. Each page has a small "story starter" illustration, with room for your students to add to it, along with primary lines for writing. Whether you use these pages for a directed writing exercise or simply print up a bunch for variety in your Writing Center, opportunities to write about seahorses and sand buckets (and more!) may be the motivation your students need!
Do you make a summer writing booklet to send home with each of your students on the last day? This set will make that task a simple print-and-staple!
If you're looking for more ways to keep your little learners writing right up to the very last day, check out these two resources at my Teachers Pay Teachers store.
The first includes four cubes, a story clock, and ten task cards for writing.
The second is a set of 14 picture prompts for writing, along with questions to support and guide your students as they write lists, letters, descriptions, and personal narratives.