Your students will love these opinion writing prompts and crafts for persuasive writing. There are 23 pages of the best sweets and treats. These no prep activities are perfect for literacy lessons and literacy centers about opinion writing.
Teaching opinion writing doesn’t have to be dull. Students should be excited about your writing lessons, and crafts are a great way to keep students engaged.
Ice cream, doughnut (donut), milkshake, fizzy drink, cupcake, and pie.
The art activities / crafts are flip books. Students complete 5 easy steps to make the crafts (write, cut, color, cut, and glue). Visual instructions are included for your students.
The writing pages have two types of lines (dotted or plain) to choose from. This activity is therefore suitable for students from kindergarten through to second or third grade.
These opinion writing prompts and crafts are great for literacy lessons, if you want a creative/art element and excellent for wall displays or bulletin boards.
If your students are proficient writers, simply print extra writing pages. Students can glue as many as they want underneath the pictures if they would like to write more.
- Whole group writing lessons
- Small group work (literacy centers/writing centers)
- Writer’s workshop
- Independent writing practice
- Early finishers
- Morning work
- Activities for a sub