Winter Image Writing Prompts with WH Questions (See and Write Template) [Digital Download]

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Let it Snow! Or at least let your students have snowy fun with this winter image writing prompt activity that uses WH questions to guide the writing process. When students use these See and Write templates as a graphic organizer for writing, their comprehension improves and they have more detailed writing.


❄️Check out the preview for more details. There you can see the way using Who, What, Where, When, and Why can help guide students as they are writing. Which means these printables are great for:


 Therapy Interventions: If you are an SLP targeting the 5 WHs to support language development, these are perfect!

 Small Group Writing: This is a great tool for supporting students to improve language connections or sentence detail.

 Engaging Snowy Fun: Motivation matters and these prompts are just more engaging. So why set your centers and writing instruction up for success?


➡️What's Included:

  • 15 Image Prompts with a Snow Theme
  • Student Writing Worksheets with each Image on Top
  • 3 Versions of Every Worksheet (Wide Lines, Narrow Lined, Dotted-Lines)
  • Ink Friendly Generic Writing Worksheet with Who, What, Where, When, and Why on Top (the perfect Graphic Organizer for ANY Writing)!

 Check Out this PREVIEW for and UP CLOSE VIEW.

This download is in a ZIP drive with 16:9 full-page image prompts & 5 WHs for your interactive whiteboard plus a file with student worksheets.



1st - 9th


Special Education, Writing, Speech Therapy


Activities, Printables, Centers


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48 pages


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