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5 Free Printable Spring Writing Templates

Let spring into your classroom despite the weather with these 5 spring writing templates. Perfect for matching your ela standards, you’ve now got the perfect choice of backdrops for your writing lesson plans.Spring WritingYou’ll find writing templates for exploring the five senses, including multiple steps in a prompt, and themed stationary. This list also includes spring themed exit slips which are a method of checking in on student understanding.source: mrskincaid.blogspot.com1. Spring 5 Senses – Get everyone exploring and working on including details in their writing. Students can use this writing template to get their ideas down in an organized way. This would be great before starting a story to generate details or before writing poetry. {Free download} source: aturntolearn.blogspot.com2. Raindrop Writing – These raindrops will create a shape book that makes a three step story to share about a rainy day experience. Using the classic transitions “first,” “next,” “last” phrases these raindrops will help your students keep logical order in their story. {Free download}source: teachingwithsimplicity.com3. Spring Exit Slips – Use these exit slips with any subject. There are six included prompts to get students writing making the end of your day or activity tied in with writing. Have students put their student number on the back to turn in for a drawing for a fun spring reward… extra recess maybe? {Free download}source: amber-polk.blogspot.com4. Spring Pack – The little chick hatching out of the egg is a great backdrop for a writing lesson plan.  This one comes in both color and black and white which will allow you to use as is or allow students to color or paint their chick. {Free download}source: littlemissteacher2012.blogspot.com5. Spring Papers – These 3 writing templates are great for giving students a choice. These would make great backdrops for any writing ideas and could even be used in math for giving students the opportunity for explaining how they solved a story problem.Place in your writing center with a combination of spring themed words or March words and you’ve got yourself a center activity. {Free download}Thank you creative teachers – your ideas are so practical for the month of March. Feel free to grab the “I’m a Featured Teach Junkie” blog button as your creations are definitely worth the shout out.More WritingMore Spring Themed

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