These awesome writing prompts include best practices for introducing and using writing prompts in preschool, kindergarten, and first grade. The best way to help young children develop writing skills is to have regular exposure to engaging writing activities. Writing regularly is crucial to get them to naturally experiment with print making and beginning writing. Don’t miss out on this free printable journal cover and a week full of writing prompt ideas in 3 different formats.
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