As I mentioned before, penguins are one of my most favorite animals to see at the zoo. I just love them. When I found this adorable clipart, I had no idea just how many different species of penguins there really were! Add in some fun research and your kids will have a blast learning about penguins and writing what they’ve learned with these Penguins Writing Activities.
While these are ideal to use with kids who can write by themselves, you can still use them with your little ones – especially the Draw & Write prompts. Simply have them draw a picture according to the prompt and then allow them to dictate what they drew.
These Penguins Writing Activities include
- 43 pages of copywork
- 9 Preschool Letters
- 10 Early Manuscript words
- 10 pages Manuscript Sentences
- 10 pages Cursive Sentences
- PLUS Extra lined pages
- 6 themed Draw & Write prompts
- 3 Manuscript lined pages
- 3 Plain lined pages
- 18 themed Writing Prompts
- 9 Manuscript lined pages
- 9 Plain lined pages
- Extra lined pages for both
Don’t forget to follow our Homeschool: Penguins board on Pinterest for more great ideas.
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