Provide your students with the inspiration they need to develop the vocabulary, ideas, and enthusiasm that will make their writing shine!
The new edition of Creative Writing Ideas comes with a wide variety of creative activities that can be used for prewriting and drafting or as stand-alone activities. 78 motivating activitiesincluding draw and write, riddles, story starters, cartoons, shape books, and moreprovide students with the creative spark they need to start writing with confidence and success. And with a new layout and design, as well as updated teacher instructions, it's easier than ever to provide your students with writing practice that encourages creative expression and ingenuity!
You'll love Creative Writing Ideas because it:
- contains 78 motivating writing activities. From shape books and cartoons to letter writing and poetry exercises -- there are a variety of activities to engage your students in important writing practice.
- inspires reluctant writers. Motivating topics and delightful illustrations make writing fun! Many writing prompts are based on events that relate to students' lives.
- can be used for independent practice. Writing forms provide guided writing experiences students can complete on their own.
- is correlated to state standards.
Eleven types of writing experiences engage your students as they practice important skills.
- shape books
- draw and write
- sequence and write
- fill in the missing words
- story starters
- descriptive paragraphs
- writing directions
- letter writing
Give your students the creative practice they need to become strong and successful writers! Use Creative Writing Ideas with your class today!
|Publisher:||Evan-Moor Educational Publishers|
|Edition description:||Revised and Expanded|
|Product dimensions:||8.62(w) x 11.10(h) x 0.26(d)|
|Age Range:||6 - 11 Years|
Table of Contents
|The National Geography Standards||4|
|Week 1||What Is a Map?||6|
|Week 2||Using a Map||10|
|Week 3||Finding Places on a Map||14|
|Week 4||Directions on a Map||18|
|Week 5||Using Directions||22|
|Week 6||A Map Key||26|
|Week 7||Using a Map Key||30|
|Week 8||Parts of a Map||34|
|Week 9||Picturing a Place||38|
|Week 10||Picturing the United States||42|
|Week 11||A Treasure Map||46|
|Week 12||A Street Map||50|
|Week 13||What Is a Globe?||54|
|Week 14||A World Map||58|
|Week 15||A Land and Water Map of Colorado||62|
|Week 16||A Land and Water Map of Arizona||66|
|Week 17||A Land and Water Map of Hawaii||70|
|Week 18||A Land and Water Map of Oregon||74|
|Week 19||A Farm Map||78|
|Week 20||A Town Map||82|
|Week 21||A City Map||86|
|Week 22||A State Map||90|
|Week 23||A Zoo Map||94|
|Week 24||A Fun Park Map||98|
|Week 25||A Weather Map||102|
|Week 26||A Desert Habitat||106|
|Week 27||Moving to the City||110|
|Week 28||A County Fair Map||114|
|Week 29||A Supermarket Map||118|
|Week 30||Houses in a Community||122|
|Week 31||Community Helpers||126|
|Week 32||Farms in Iowa||130|
|Week 33||Visit California!||134|
|Week 34||Natural Resources of Alaska||138|
|Week 35||A Frontier Town||142|
|Week 36||A Neighborhood Plan||146|