Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners

We’re really enjoying Kindergarten writing prompts, and while we don’t have snow yet, we can definitely write about it!

I made these Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners similarly to previous simple writing prompt printables I’ve shared with you BUT I added an important extra: The file is editable! That means that, on the last two pages, you can enter your own word prompts. I love that I now have the ability to make editable pdfs, and you can be sure that I’ll be using this ability in future printables as much as I can 🙂

 

These no-prep writing prompts are perfect for beginners and include four differentiated levels of support: Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners, in color and black and white to save ink! And they're editable, too, so you can use your own word prompts!

(E was 6 years old.)

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Materials for Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners

 

What’s in the Printable PDF File?

The printable has 13 pages and is one of the few I have that are set up in portrait orientation. There are 10 pages of writing prompts offering varying levels of support: Each has an image prompt plus either

  • word prompts with lines and arrows or
  • word prompts with lines or
  • word prompts without lines or
  • no word prompts or
  • 18 spaces where you can enter your own word prompts.

Each version comes with the image prompt in color and in black & white for a total of 10 different ways to support your beginning writers.

 

These no-prep writing prompts are perfect for beginners and include four differentiated levels of support: Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners, in color and black and white to save ink!

 

{E asked me to make the words purple when I printed it out for her, but they’re black in the printable 😉 }

The printable requires no preparation, just print, provide something to write with, and let your kids get to work.

 

These no-prep writing prompts are perfect for beginners and include four differentiated levels of support: Snowman Building Writing Prompts for Kindergarteners, in color and black and white to save ink!

 

E asked for the version with no words again, then decided to use the one with the non-lined word prompts after all, but she didn’t want to actually read the words. She got a little ahead of herself on that first line and skipped half of her sentence, so she decided to start over (and actually check her spelling with the provided word prompts 😉 ).

 

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Like the clip art?

Do You Want to Build a Snowman? Sequencing uses the same set.

 

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Follow this fun, simple, and frugal 24 Days of Christmas Printables Christmas Countdown with your older toddler, preschooler or kindergartener! Something no-prep or low-prep to spend quality time every day of December all the way up until Christmas, easy peasy!

 

 

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