I am such a procrastinator!

So . . . instead of

  • lesson planning
  • cleaning
  • report cards
  • exercising
  • or anything else that I SHOULD BE DOING . . .
I have been working on these seasonal demand writing prompts that I have had in my mind since the middle of my vacation! I wrote down all the information on the trip and then spent today working on the format.  For those of you who have seen my other demand prompts--these are similar in that each one comes complete with an assessment checklist.  The difference is that I wanted some prompts that were more "seasonal" instead of writing mode (opinion, narrative, descriptive) based.

These are common core aligned and are ready to print and use.  I am going to use one this week, in fact!  It has been a while since I grabbed a snapshot of my students' writing.  We have been doing such big projects that sometimes it is hard to know what they can really and truly do on their own.

So--they are finished!  I don't know if any of you are interested, but I will put them all on sale for the next 2 days for anyone who wants to check them out!  I know--shameless product plug.  I'm sorry!!!  I'm just so excited that they all came together without any major hitches!

I have a spring/summer set . . . 

 . . . a fall/back to school set

. . . and a winter set.

Of course, I made a bundle of the 3 at a reduced price for anyone who is interested.

So . . . let me know what you think!  If you want to see more of what this is, here is a freebie sample from an earlier product.  It will give you the "flavor" of what these are!  

No more shameless promotion this week--I promise!  Tomorrow I will be posting over at All Things Upper Elementary--and then watch for another division post or two this week!  Here's hoping the students remember their learning from before break!

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