5-year-old E enjoyed her Halloween Costumes Writing Prompts for Beginners so much that I’ve made several other versions to keep her writing as much as possible.
Here’s another Halloween-themed version: Halloween Writing Prompts for Beginners!
It’s set up the same as the Halloween costumes printable with four levels of support and a color and a black and white version of each.
(E was 5 years and 11 months old.)
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Materials for Halloween Writing Prompts for Beginners
- Pdf file (download below).
- Laminator and laminating pouches (optional).
- One or more sheets of paper.
- Pen or (dry-erase) marker.
What’s in the Printable PDF File?
- Related words in a dashed font with lines, numbers, and directional arrows.
- Related words in a lined solid font.
- Related words in an unlined solid font.
- No related words.
If your kids like coloring, there’s a black and white version of each level of writing prompts in addition to the color version.
If you need some ideas for how to use the different versions, there are a few ideas E had in this post.
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