A wide-ranging set of student journal templates. The collection features both lined and unlined variations and each template includes ample space for students' drawings. Use collaboratively with students to dictate stories, or independently to practice sight words, invented spelling and constructing simple sentences and stories
Grade K, 1, 2 · English Language Arts, Writing · 9 pages
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Ask Questions: Word Sounds
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Ending Sounds Prompting
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