Pictures for elementary students to write about
Pictures to inspire writing
After using these picture prompts for just a short time was able to see how useful they were for both me and my students. For students who struggle with writing, being able to sketch out the pre-writing can be motivational. Use the "Picture That For 1st and 2nd Grade" to learn how to plan a simple picture prompt. As with all subject areas, my classes have always had a mix of abilities and interest levels when it comes to writing. What will she do? He looks nervous! Explain the scene and color the picture. Color the graphic and write a story to tell what's going on. I have also included a self-editing checklist chart, sight word list, and lined paper options. Color the illustration and write a creative story. Write a story to explain this most unusual picture. Email Hi Friend! What's she saying? Write a short story that explains how they met and color the underwater scene. The baby is in a crib crying.
Writing Picture Prompts In this era of testing, children often become concerned about having to write a story based on a picture prompt.
They helped my students to become more engaged, organized and productive writers.
Write a thoughtful story that explains what the picture is about. As with all subject areas, my classes have always had a mix of abilities and interest levels when it comes to writing.
One the side of the box is the word "free". I have also included a self-editing checklist chart, sight word list, and lined paper options.
Write a few paragraphs to go along with this storypic. Use the "Picture That For 3rd, 4th, and 5th Grade" to learn how to plan a longer picture prompt response.
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