Animal Photo Writing Prompts for November Morning Work & Literacy Centers
November Writing is sure to spark interest in writing. They’ll have even your most reluctant writers eager to open their journals!
Your students will LOVE these high-interest, thought-provoking November morning work photo writing prompts and graphic organizers! This product comes with 4 animal picture writing prompts that will help your students become confident writers. The scaffolding included is the perfect addition to your writing lesson to support the writing process.
These photo writing prompts are designed to be used in your November morning work or literacy centers. There are 4 amazing images of animals suitable for this month, and 4 unique visual writing prompts and graphic organizers to accompany them. They’ll have even your most reluctant young writers eager to open their journals and produce some creative writing!
Included with these November morning work and literacy centers activities:
- 4 different animal themed writing prompts on mini-posters
- Lined paper in two different orientations
- Graphic organizers
❤️This extra writing practice will appeal to even your most reluctant writers! Plus, the scaffolding included is a great way to enable all writers to succeed by giving them a template to follow the writing process.
Use these photo writing prompts for:
✅Whole Group Learning
Using these photo writing prompts is EASY!
- Display the mini poster in a writing center or assign it to the whole class as a fun way to improve writing skills.
- Use the scaffolding and graphic organizers to support the planning phase of the creative process.
- Let students publish their final copies on the special lined paper.
✅Please preview these visual prompts before downloading!
What teachers are saying…
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “I’m looking forward to using the prompts. I really like that they will be great discussion questions and really get the kids to think.” – Krista P.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “Very creative, something different to write about!” – Julie C.
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ “You’ve done a great job of encouraging critical thinking in your prompts – these will be great spring-boards into science research too!” – Resource Ranch
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