New Ending Writing Prompt
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New Ending Writing Prompt

Introduce students to a creative way to reflect on their reading with a prompt to rewrite the ending of any book. Build on post-reading skills like inferring and partner discussions with a fun activity, including directions and a reproducible. See Full Product Description.

Number of pages: 2 Subject: Reading Response Grade: Kindergarten - 8 Type: Learning Activities and Worksheets Author: Laura Witmer Common Core: Language, Reading Foundational Skills File Size: 137 KB
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Do your students ever feel disappointed by a book's ending? This activity gives them the chance to reflect on a book and be an author by writing and illustrating a brand new ending. The clear instructions, student sample, and reproducible with space for writing and drawing make this resource easy for students to complete independently.

Common Core Alignment

  • CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.3.4a
  • CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.4.4a
  • CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RF.5.4a
Teaching Tips

Use this prompt with class read alouds to give students the opportunity to share their responses with a gallery walk. Bind the responses into a class book of endings to keep in your classroom library.