With this Picture Day Creative Writing Activity, students write a funny thing that happened to them before picture day (Most will be made up stories). Then they draw the incident in the frame. **We always read "Picture Perfect?" by Fletcher Walker Elementary Students (book bought through Scholastic). The book is absolutely precious, and helps the students think about silly things that could happen before picture day. (I cut my own bangs, my grandma dressed me, my brother accidentally hit me, I got braces, I blinked... etc.) You don't need the book to work on this activity, but I always do. 🙂
Once the students finish their writing activity, we make this into a book. Students love reading this over and over again during Read to Self.
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CREATIVE WRITING IDEAS FOR PICTURE DAY!
I love this creative writing ideas for Picture Day activity! We always ended up with the funniest book!
I’m not sure about you, but one of my MOST favorite things to do with my students is to write books as a spin off from a book we have read in class. We always called them our innovative books, but I honestly don’t know what they would actually be called.
For this one, we read a book called Picture Perfect? And it was ACTUALLY written by a group of 2nd grade students, which made it that much more fun to read and then re-create.
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