Looking for a fun way to encourage your 5 - 8-year-olds to practice their printing, copywork, and science vocabulary? If so, you’ll love this fun Goose Life Cycle Drawing and Writing Prompts pack!
What’s included in the Goose Life Cycle Drawing and Writing Prompts Pack
Here’s what you’ll find inside this pack.
- Life Cycle of a Goose Worksheet - Draw It, Write It, Answer It
- Stage 1: Eggs
- Stage 2: Hatchling
- Stage 3: Young
- Stage 4: Goose
How to Use Our Drawing and Writing Prompts Packs
If your children are anything like mine, they’re fascinated by animals. This life cycle drawing activities and writing prompts pack is a perfect introduction to printing practice and letter formation too!
Use this Goose Life Cycle Drawing and Writing Prompts printable pack as a standalone activity. Or assign it as part of a larger unit study to supplement and extend your child’s science studies.
Looking for more 1st-grade writing prompts with pictures? You’re in luck.
This homeschool digital printable is part of our Life Cycle Drawing & Writing Prompts Collection. Each week this spring (2022) we’re rolling out a new drawing and writing prompt pack. You’ll find 10 in all.
(Note: this collection could also be used for 2nd-grade writing prompts.)
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Teaching more than one student? Print off as many copies as you need for your homeschool or classroom. Or save on paper by laminating each page and using a dry erase marker for elementary school printing practice.
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