The heat and humidity have arrived here in North Carolina, and it is officially summer!
Even if your kiddos are out of school for the summer, I know that many of you are looking for learning activities. While our family has never done full-fledged school during the summer months, I do have learning activities galore just to provide some structure to our days.
You could even save these for rainy days or when it’s just too hot to go outside.
Summer Directed Draw and Write Worksheets
As I wrote in the Spring Directed Draw and Write post, it is important for young ones to compose and write a sentence independently. Using correct capitalization, punctuation, and grammar are learning essentials in the early grades.
Elementary students must master writing sentences correctly before they can write paragraphs well. These types of writing activities are perfect for identifying areas that need work and then practicing those skills.
Each page in this packet focuses on one summer themed picture. Your child draws each picture according to the steps outlined.
Using the included word bank, your child then writes a sentence or two about the picture.
You’ll find elementary ruled lines as well as plain lines included for each picture.
I think you could use this with children as young as Kindergarten, and even up to 3rd or 4th grade if sentence writing is still a struggle.
Summer Directed Drawing pictures include:
- Ice Cream Cone
- Beach ball
- Palm tree
- Sand Dollar
The packet includes 10 worksheets with elementary ruled lines and the same 10 worksheets with plain lines for older students. Just print the 10-page set that is best for your children.
All Access Pass members can download this entire 20-page packet in the All Access Pass area.