Do you need some FUN creative writing prompts for your kiddos that won’t shed tears during the summer?
I’ve got you covered.
These Sketch N Stories printables are geared towards K-6th grade. I have included (3) different notebook pages depending on your child’s writing skills with different sized lined spaces.
My children had so much fun with these that I am going to make all different sets. And of course, I will share them with your kiddos, too.
I wrote the sentence out for my kindergartener who is just beginning to write and he copied it onto his notebook page. However, you can require more writing with older children.
Here’s what you need:
- cardstock and white copy paper
- whole punch
- metal ring
- crayons, colored pencils, or markers
Here’s how it works:
- Print the drawing cards on card stock and laminate – I am planning on using these for 3 of my children, so I want them durable
- Cut each drawing around the edges of the rectangular (see above photo) and hole punch each in the left corner
- Place cards on metal ring
- Print several notebook pages for your children (choose the best one for each child)
- Allow your child to pick which drawing to copy. Inform him to try to copy one square at a time in each designated square
- Have your child write a sentence or two about the picture depending on their age
I plan on putting these Sketch N Stories in their workboxes once a week. Fun, huh?
I created the Sketch N Stories – Summer Edition exclusively for my email subscribers. When you become an email subscriber, you will receive the download via email instantly. Please check your spam folder. I create several freebies weekly, so you always have something to look forward to.
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Graphics: My Cute Graphics
Please feel free to pin these Summer Creative Writing Prompts!
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What a fun idea! My kids love drawing and create their own stories all the time. I’ve never thought to combine the two before.
I am a subscriber already and can’t seem to access any of the items you claim to be free to subscribers (the older ones, not the ones you send in the emails). How would I go about accessing them?