Your writers will love sharing their opinions and preferences with these “Which do you like the best?” journal pages that include areas to write and draw and a writing conventions checklist across the bottom of each page.
- 40 different opinion writing pages
- Two different page formats to choose from (primary writing lines and plain writing lines)
- Full pages of both the primary lines and plain lines that can be copied on the back of the opinion journal writing pages to provide more writing space if needed.
- Six optional covers to choose from if you’d like to bind or staple the pages into a book
- Sample lesson plan ideas
- Check-It Mini Poster for beginning writing conventions
WHEN TO USE:
These pages can be used during any writing time (e.g., independent, small group, or whole-class instruction). They work well for guided writing or shared writing, homework, choice time, for early finishers, literacy centers, morning work, and as a writing center choice. They are also great to leave for a sub or to copy into books and send home for distance learning!
HOW TO USE:
Students choose which object (two pictures with labels) they like best, circle it, and then write and draw which they like best and why. These writing pages can be used to model, guide, and practice how to write an opinion or preference.
If you have any questions, feel free to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Michelle Woods and Linda Ekstrom
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