Up the engagement during writing with these winter holiday writing Roll & Write activities. They’re the perfect way to get in the Holiday spirit, while still staying academically focused!
Students use a die to plan each part of their narrative or informational stories. It’s a great way to ease the planning process and make it more enjoyable for all learners, especially those who struggle.
- Teacher Guide
- Happy Holidays Roll & Write activities for both Narrative AND Informational writing
- Student narrative and informational writing planning sheet
- Writing paper for students to publish their work
- Link to access digital version using Google Slides
Additional Materials Needed:
- (digital version includes a link to a virtual die)
Suggestions for Use:
- Literacy or ELA Centers
- Morning Work
- Early Finishers
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