This past week in class, we worked on learning about prayer. It’s always such an interesting topic for my kids.
So often, they think that they can only pray kneeling. They also think that you have to be silent when you pray. They love finding out that they can stand up against a tree in the park and thank God for his amazing creation!!
To help them learn more about prayer, I created this prompt for them to draw their prayer….
I also have a big set of these prompts available in my stores. There’s a total of 16 pages and it’s a great deal at $3. It’s great for a variety of ages/grades as there’s prompts to write, draw, or do both!! You can find this full set at…..
For the third day of my “Seuss-icle Followers Contest” week, I have some writing sheets. They’re not just writing though!! They also include read, write, stamp, paste, and draw the titles of Dr. Seuss books. Not all the skills on the same sheets for some variety.
I shared a couple of these in my group and they were a huge hit with Dr. Seuss book titles and/or characters. I also made a 3rd set that combines the skills on both of the other sets. These are basically my version of a “write the room” for Seuss activity. All sets will have “read”, “write”, and “draw”. One will have “stamp”, one will have “paste” and the last will have “stamp and paste”.
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