This Crafts Spring Summer Fall Winter Editable Writing Prompt set can be used all year! This EDITABLE writing prompt and craft bundle is perfect for any bulletin board and can be used all year. This bundle includes different seasonal and holiday page toppers to use all year long, 4 different writing template options (primary and intermediate lined, half and whole page) and the best part? YOU decide what the EDITABLE writing prompt is–perfect for differentiation, foreign languages, if you teach multiage or even if you change grade levels! These writing crafts are FUN and super easy for kids to complete (just color and cut!) AND are very little prep for you–something I know everyone will appreciate! Use them for a beginning of the year bulletin board, research reports, opinion writing…the possibilities are endless!
The following Crafts Spring Summer Fall Winter Editable Writing Prompt are included:
September October November Crafts (Set 1):
Apple, squirrel, scarecrow, pumpkin, firefighter dalmation, Frankenstein & Frankenstein’s bride, witch, vampire, mummy, soldier kids, turkey, pilgrim kids
December January February Crafts (Set 2):
Gingerbread, reindeer, elf kids, Santa, New Year’s kids, Martin Luther King Jr, snowman, snowflake, penguin, 100th day party dalmation, groundhog, lovebug, Valentine kids
March April May Summer Crafts (Set 3):
Leprechaun, Easter bunny, lamb, butterfly, flower, frog, rainbow, rain bunny, Earth, graduation owl, sunshine, Uncle Sam 4th of July, watermelon, s’mores, ice cream
Kids, flower, cowboy kids, king, queen, troll, pirate kids, robot, superhero kids, viking kids, detective kids, detective dog, chicken, bumblebee, cat, bird, fox, hare, owl, puffin, seal, walrus, wolf, bear, beaver, moose, porcupine, raccoon, skunk, elephant, giraffe, tiger, lion, monkey, hippo, rhino, zebra
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