Templates

What happened in storySetting of Story, and Favorite Character The child will draw their favorite character (s) and whatever else they see in the picture. Then have them write about it. The goal is that the child is doing this independently. Don’t spell the word’s for them. Let them manipulate or play with the sounds so that they learn how to sound out sounds in words naturally and on their own.

Sequence, Ordinal Numbers, Writing The child will first write the number in the corner per square to practice ordinal numbers. Try to see if the child remembers from memory before assisting with book. Working on recall skills. Child can write any where from random letters to a full sentence.

Prediction Referencing the last page in the book where CQ and Karla the Dog are standing on the shores of the Island of Mysterious Wonders, ask the child to look at the picture. Have them describe what they see and how they think the characters feel and why. Ask the child what they believe will happen next and why. Have them draw and write it down.

Possible outcomes:

Random letters: They could represent a single word per letter or one word. A few words: Could be a string of words or the beginning of a sentence. Complete sentence: Check to see if there is punctuation, capitalization, and spaces. Multiple sentences: Check to see if the sentences flow together and their is descriptive language (small, spiky fish or black and white sharks.)

Identify and Write - Use a picture and have the child first orally identify the nouns they see and the adjectives that are reflected in the picture. Have them say out loud what they see. Then have the child write it down. You can help by sounding out words with the child. If the child is in the beginning stages of writing, allow the inventive spelling (when a child writes random letters that might not match the sounds. Its a great tool to identify which letters they can write and an opportunity to see if they know the sound.)

Adj, Noun, Pronoun, Writing- This worksheet is good for a child who needs practice on nouns, adjectives, and pronouns. It’s a 2-page document where the last page is where the child will draw about something and then write about it using nouns, pronouns, and adjectives.

Uppercase letters and Lowercase letters- Want your child to practice writing their letters? Use these worksheets and keep them so you can show your scholar how far they have progressed with their writing. This is also a great tool to use to identify which letters they are writing backwards or struggling with.

Adj, Noun, Pronoun, Writing - This document helps children put noun and adjectives together and then children will use these pairs they created and write sentences using the pairs as a base for the sentence.

Writing Organizer - Use this template to help your scholar organize their ideas and begin to write an amazing story!

nouns, adjectives, verbs, pronoun review This is a great resource to use with your child if they have a basic understanding of what a noun, pronoun, adjective, or verb. This challenges them to think about these different parts of speech and then they have to complete the worksheet.

practice writing nouns Your child can practice writing the nouns and draw or cut out a picture of the noun. This is a great way to practice common nouns!

More worksheets on the way!