This week’s blog posts are all about pets. Are you looking for a new way to motivate students and support them with their writing? Try out this set of dog report posters with your students. There are three options provided to meet the different learning needs in your classroom. Be sure to download your FREE set of dog report posters! Enjoy!
Steps to Use Dog Poster Reports
Step One: Give each student a copy of the poster that best meets their individual learning needs. The first option provides primary lines and a word bank to help those students who need support with their printing. The second option provides regular lines and a word bank at the bottom of the page. Students choose the correct words to fill in the different sentences on the poster. The third option is for students who can compose their own sentences.
Step Two: Students using the option 1 and 2 posters, fill in the missing words in the sentences by choosing a word from the word bank. Students using the option 3 poster construct a sentence for each topic (pet, home, food, family, care, and behaviour).
Step Three: The students draw a picture in each box to illustrate the different sentences.
Step Four: Hang up the posters so students can check out their classmates’ posters.
More Posters For Beginning Writers
If you are interested in using more pet report posters with your students, check out Pet Report Posters: Tiered Templates For Beginning Writers. Included are posters for birds, cats, dogs, fish, hamsters, lizards, rabbits, and snakes. This package of materials is available at both Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
Report Writing For More Experienced Writers
If you have writers in your class that are capable of writing complete sentences and you want to support further writing development, check out My Pet Report: Tiered Report Writing Templates. Check it out at Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher’s Notebook.
Your Input Please!
Please take a minute and answer the following question in the comment section below: “What activities do your students enjoy when they participate in a pet unit of study?” Thanks!
Next Article: 3 Ways to Promote Reading in a Pets Unit
- Pets Part 2: 3 Ways to Promote Reading in a Pets Unit
- Pets Part 3: How to Write a Chapter Book on Pets with Your Students
- Pets Part 4: How to Teach Graphing in a Pet Unit with Easy-To-Use Templates
- Pets Part 5: Pet Resources and Add to the Link Up
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