Writing games for kids
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Get kids writing with our 30 day challenge. The free printable invites children to write a variety of text types with 30 writing prompts. For home or school.
Jennifer Farley saved to ASE homework hour
Write with a fidget spinner activity, lesson, or summer learning activity that kids actually want to do in class or at home!
Emily Dale saved to Reading
TEFL Online. ✅ TEFL courses. ✅ Accredited Certification. ✅ This board game aims to put more fun (and competition) into writing. With the prompts given on each square, players or teams try to make sentences and get to the finish line first.
Linda Heron saved to Writing stories
Click to find out how occupational therapists are practicing handwriting without worksheets using these classic games! Occupational therapist approved and OT recommendations for games to improve handwriting and practice handwriting kids. Fun handwriting practice for kids using games you already own. Improve handwriting skills, practice pencil grasp, and have fun writing with games. Improve handwriting without worksheets and work on neat printing without worksheets.
Mara Powell saved to The Powell Boys
You're in the middle of your writing block during the day and students are sitting at their desks (maybe on the floor or in bean bags dispersed throughout the room) writing. Smoke is coming out of their pencils. They are writing epic stories about dragons, or spaceships -- or something equally as epic. This is your classroom every day, right? (Not) "I don't know what to write about!" (now that's more like it!) At least that's what *I* used to hear a lot. Well, no more. Give even those most…
Christine Nides saved to 1st grade
Roll a story creative writing dice printable for kids. Roll a character, scene and sense to include within narrative writing. Also use them to play a game!
Cristina Ilie saved to vara
The Sentence Game Let’s face it, writing is hard. It takes lots and lots of practice to master the many skills a writer needs. But practice can be boring. Not now! I’ve created a sentence writing game your kids will love. With this game they’ll write sentence after sentence without complaining, because it’s a game. It’s very simple, but practices very essential skills- capitalization, punctuation, grammar, and spelling. The game can be played with 2 or more players. There’s even a way to…
Maureen Alexander saved to Vocabulary
Free Mad Libs for kids to enjoy. Mad Libs for kids to download and enjoy. Grab your free printable Mad Libs PDFs and get ready to laugh!
Homeschool Planet saved to Homeschool Printables
A fun learning game for kids. BAM! is great for revising facts of all kinds- sight words, phonics, times tables, geography and more! Use at home and school.
Emily Blank saved to PK Games
Writing Longer Sentences a roll-and-write Activity- This Reading Mama
Charliene Wilson saved to To Do w/ Older Kids