Writing Prompts Bulletin Board Kit

Item: 163511

$ 24.99
Item #:  163511
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Banish The Phrase: “I Don't Know What To Write About”

This bulletin board kit offers dozens of writing prompts for multiple forms of writing ranging from notes to lists to stories. Students choose a form of writing and scan through the cards on the ring. The backs of the cards offer questions to help students get started. You’ll never hear them say "I don't know what to write about" again!

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Grade Level:
Grades: K-3
Details:
  • 1 laminated banner
    Size: 24" by 9½"

  • 8 laminated category labels
    Size: 12" by 6" each

  • 88 laminated writing prompt cards in 8 categories; 11 cards on an O-ring per category, including cover card
    Size: 6" by 4" each

  • Really Good Instructional Guide

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4 Stars

Works Well For Fast Finishers

I really like this product, I bought it to give fast finishers something purposeful to do & it works well for that purpose. The cards are durable and attractive and my 2nd graders really like being able to have the cards in their hands. The only complaint that I have is that the title card for the "I Can Write a Recipe" is hole-punched in the wrong corner- it's hole-punched diagonally opposite on the bottom. I tried to email a few times through the website to see if I could get just that card replaced because it doesn't look right with the others but I didn't get a response. I'm not going to rate it low because of that card, but something to consider.
9/18/2016
By Kim W. from , NJ
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