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Draw and Write Worksheets
For young writers
In these worksheets, the student draws a picture and writes about it.
There is a blank frame for the picture; below it are four lines on which the student can write.
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Crystal Ball: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a crystal ball. Write about what the crystal ball looks like and what you might see in it.
Different Ending for a Story : Draw and Write -- Think about a different ending for a story, write about it, and draw a picture of it.
Favorite Character from a Story: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of your favorite character from a story, then write about the character and why you like this character.
Least Favorite Character from a Story: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of your least favorite character from a story, then write about the character and why you dislike this character.
Favorite Scene from a Story: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of your favorite scene from a story, then write about who is in it and what they are doing.
Gingerbread Man: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a gingerbread man. Describe what it looks like, and write about why you decorated it the way you did and how it would taste.
If I Swallowed A Fly: Draw and Write -- Write about what you would do if you swallowed a fly, like the old lady at the beginning of the rhyme, The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, and draw a picture of the scene.
Magic Wand: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a magic wand. Write about what the wand looks like and what magical things you could do with it.
The Mitten: Draw and Write -- Think of a different ending for The Mitten story. Then draw a picture of the mitten as it looks at the end of your version of the story.
Monster: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a very scary monster and write about it. Why is this monster so scary?
Pirate Flag: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a pirate flag and write about it. Explain why you chose the images you did and what they mean.
Three Little Pigs House: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of the house you would have built if you had been one of the three little pigs. Then describe this house in words and write about why you think it would have kept the big bad wolf away.
Treasure Chest: Draw and Write -- Draw a picture of a treasure chest and write about it. Describe what it looks like, what is in the chest, and why they are treasures.
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