You will find writing prompts that are color-coded, labeled with the type of writing, and numbered for easy organization. There is one prompt for every essay writer day of the school year or you or your students have plenty to choose from for Paragraph of the Week or Essay of the Week! The prompts cover 6 types of writing and were created to be highly engaging and thought provoking.
There are 30 prompts for each of the following:
★ How To
✓ are color-coded by the type of writing
✓ print great in black and white
✓ perfect for your writing center to encourage daily writing
✓ effective tools for early finishers!
Whiteboard Display Version
✓ Great for morning work
Templates, Checklists, Rubrics
✓ A different one for each type of writing
✓ Paragraph writing version
✓ Essay writing version
Do you want to customize your own prompt? No problem! There is an editable PowerPoint with blank color-coded cards. The type of writing is written in the upper corner! Directions on how to add your own text and to get the same font (for free) are included!
Use these task cards to give your students practice with identifying claim, evidence and opposing claim – all based on two original included non-fiction texts about Easter Island.
Students read the two texts and then use these cards to practice with the vocabulary. You can do this in many ways, but my two favorites are playing Scoot and Scatter. (Directions for both are included). Character Traits Essay – Informative Writing – Here’s a literary essay made easy and ready to use with ANY text! This step-by-step resource is designed to lead your students with models and supports through the entire process of writing a character analysis essay. Easy-to-follow templates guide students in drafting all four paragraphs! Includes a model essay, motivating pre-writing activities, rubric, and character traits list. CCSS-aligned with differentiation.