Ocean Crab Writing Prompt Craftivity Page Topper with writing prompts and three graphic organizers: You have lots of options. There is a cover page that includes the animal's name followed by four different writing prompts. These are prompts that you can print "as is" and the student will color the animal and write on the topic.
The first topic asks the student to imagine being the animal, the second topic asks the student to imagine having one of the animal's traits (for the crab, I've listed claws and pincers so that you can choose the term you want), and the last topic lists the letter of the alphabet that corresponds with the animal. Use this prompt for students to list additional words that begin with the same letter, assign your own topic, or let students come up with their own topic like when they saw a crab at the aquarium.
Next, you will find the same four topics formatted for a page topper. If you choose these prompts, add the animal image and the leaves after those prompts. You can either print this animal page toppers on colored paper or ask your students to color it.
The last three items are graphic organizers to help with the writing process including a clustering/web word organizer, an Can/Are/Have chart, and a KWL (Know, Want to Know, Learned) chart.
craftivity, writing prompt, page toppers, science, habitat, literacy center, C is for crab, ocean, and beach
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