As the school year comes to an end, it is fun to give students some activities to enjoy over the summer. I don’t give homework packets. Yuck! But I do love challenging them to read a couple books and write in a journal. Every students won’t do it, but if we make it fun, many will! I think that your students will enjoy these summer writing menus!
There is a menu for June, July and August. Each menu has nine prompts. There are narrative, open, and informational prompts. Students can choose a new prompt each week and put their writing in a journal or notebook.
We were very careful to include engaging prompts that students will enjoy!
These menus are ideal for students in grades 2-5.
I included some simple instructions for your students. All you have to do is send the document via email, Google Classroom, or whatever other way that you normally communicate with your students.
Did I mention that they are FREE! Grab your menus.??
Are you planning to engage in a little professional development yourself this summer? If you’d like to learn more about how to be a more confident writing teacher you need to check out my Not So Wimpy Writing Masterclass.
I created this online professional development course specifically for teachers in grades 2-5 to help you take control of your writing workshop. In this 10-hour training I provide concrete tips and strategies that you can implement in your class to start writing off on the right foot next year.
This course is only offered once a year and will be opening in June. Get on the waitlist today so you don’t miss out.
Are you looking for more fun end of year virtual activities? Click HERE for some engaging activities!
Have a Not So Wimpy day,