Are you looking for summer writing prompts and crafts bundle? These summer crafts include 4th of July, Father’s Day and back to school. These writing prompts would suit writing centers, literacy centers, art lessons, or writer’s workshop.
Opinion, how to, recount, informative, and descriptive writing genres are featured.
Who wants to spend hours prepping intricate crafts, where you have to print, cut, and laminate? I bet you don’t want to buy costly materials or spend ages sourcing them in your classroom.
Well, these are NO PREP! Simply print these crafts and go.
It’s time to get your evenings and weekends back, my friend.
I bet you don’t want students begging for help at every turn.
“I’ve lost the eyes! Where does this piece go? I need helppp!”
Students often complete a few simple steps to create these crafts. Color, write, cut, and glue. There will be no tears (from you or your students)!
Who wants glitter, paper, and mess everywhere? Not you, I bet.
Well, only things like pencils, scissors, and glue are required for these crafts.
No paint and no glitter, I pinky promise!
This bundle includes 7 products, featuring 24 fun craftivities (writing prompt crafts):
Summer Writing Prompts
- Summer Girl – ‘Things to do in Summer’
- Ice Cream Truck – ‘The Best Summer Treat’
- Lemonade Jug – ‘How to Make Lemonade’
- ‘My Summer Plans’
- ‘How To Build A Sandcastle’
- ‘The Best Summer’
June Writing Prompts
- Dad & Baby – ‘Father’s Day’
- Girl Ready for Summer – ‘When School Is Out’
- Sun & Sunglasses – ‘How to Be Sun Safe’
Father’s Day Writing Prompts
- Kids With Cards – ‘On Father’s Day, I…’
- Dad Polaroids – ‘Why I love my dad…’
- Girl With Gifts – ‘The Best Father’s Day Gift’
July Writing Prompts
- Pool & Palm Tree – ‘I Love Summer’
- Girl With Flag – ‘How to have fun on the fourth of July’
- Sundaes – ‘How to make a sundae’
Fourth of July Writing Prompts
- Kids With Hearts – ‘Fourth of July’
- Girl With Flag & Hat – ‘On July 4th, I…’
- Hat & Fireworks – ‘How To Celebrate’
August Writing Prompts
- Ice Cream Stand – ‘Summer Memories’
- Girl Drawing Heart – ‘My favorite subject’
- Girl With Lunch Box – ‘What I have for lunch’
Back To School Writing Prompts
- School Bag – ‘My First Day’
- Girl & Boy – ‘My New Friends’
- School Bus – ‘How I go to school’
Students simply write on the lines in order to complete the prompt. Then, they color the picture and cut around it. This can be glued onto colored paper (or attached as is) and mounted as a wall display. Alternatively, you can print the prompts in color and students don’t have to color the pictures. Simply print and go either way!
This resource is suitable for multiple year levels and great for differentiation as it has 3 different types of writing lines to choose from (4 dotted, 6 dotted, or 7 plain).
- Whole group writing lessons at the end of the school year
- Summer school
- Small group work (literacy and writing centers)
- Art lessons (perfect for bulletin boards or door decor)
- Independent practice during writing lessons
- Early finishers
- Morning work