February Writing Prompt

Share:

Here's The Scoop-A Valentine & Writing Prompt All Rolled Into One!

valentines, valentine ideas, February writing prompts, valentine lessons, february bulletin board ideas, february bulletin boards, valentine bulletin boards, Recycle those old newspapers and you’ve got yourself a really cute Valentine or writing activity for February.

Make templates from file folders for your students to use to trace onto a page of the newspaper.

They cut out their scoop of ice cream, glue it to their cone (which they cut out) and then top it off with a cherry heart.

I’ve also provided a template for the “cherries” or you can give students large sparkly-heart stickers to add that finishing touch.

Run off the “flipped-up” messages and give students a choice of what they want to do/write about, OR you could have them make this a valentine AND writing prompt and do both, then staple the pages together.

I “hinged” the completed cone with a small square of Scotch tape stuck to the cherry and attached it to a sheet of scrapbook paper.

Stores have all sorts of packs on sale at this time of year.  If not, print off a 40-50% off coupon from one of the major craft chain stores.

These make a cute bulletin board on a black background with paper lace for the framed border.  OR…

Hang them in a row in the hallway, just high enough so that people can flip and read.  Send them home on Valentine’s Day.

click on the link to view/download the "Here's The Scoop" Valentine-writing prompt.

valentines, valentine ideas, February writing prompts, valentine lessons, february bulletin board ideas, february bulletin boards, valentine bulletin boards, Thanks for visiting today.  Feel free to PIN anything that you think others may find helpful.

"When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left and could say "I used everything you game me." -Erma Bombeck

 

Login to post comments

 

 

 

 

Please help keep my site online and FREE.

bear

If you've enjoyed the teaching materials and would like to donate even a dollar to help me with the cost of running TWM, I'd be grateful. Thank you!

pinterest

Share My Button

TeachWithMe.com
 

advertise with us