This spring writing center for April will serve as inspiration and guidance for your students as they learn to write independently! They will love all the fun ideas for writing with April vocabulary words and you will love the independence that this writing center will give your students as you work with small groups with less interruptions!
April Writing Center Word Bank:
- Pocket chart cards for 28 vocabulary words with pictures with an APRIL theme
- Full-page reference of the 28 vocabulary words with pictures
- Headers for the writing center pocket chart
- EDITABLE version – create your own word cards with text and pictures
Spring writing words included: April, spring, April Fool’s Day, umbrella, grass, cloud, wind, mud, Earth Day, tree, Easter, caterpillar, recycle, baseball, rain, eggs, rainbow, nest, garbage, chick, jacket, boots, flowers, bunny, hatch, grow, puddle, daffodil
BONUS: Writing Pages
- ’How To’ writing template with space for pictures (2 pages)
- Primary lined paper (12 pages)
- Intermediate lined paper (12 pages)
- Comic book templates (3 pages)
- Letter writing template (2 pages)
- Instagram post template (1 page)
- Postcard template (2 pages)
BONUS: Student Reference Pages
- ‘Don’t Forget’ Writing Hints
- What Can You Write Today? Display
- Numbers 0-20
- Days of the Week
- Months of the Year
What makes this writing center different?
Set this April Writing Center up in one of three ways (or all 3 for variety!)
✅ Option One: Calendar Pocket Chart
These square vocabulary cards fit perfectly in the pockets of a calendar pocket chart. In addition, you can include the ‘Don’t Forget’ Writing Hints in the bottom row for a helpful student reference!
This is an ideal setup if you have a bulletin board near a small table. Students will gather here at their ‘free write center’ and have all tools they need within reach.
✅ Option Two: Full Page Display
Print one or more copies of the full-page word bank so students can grab a word bank and writing paper to work anywhere around the room.
✅ Option Three: Binder Ring
Print one or more copies of the square pocket chart pieces and hole punch in the corners. Put them on a binder ring. Students can grab a word bank and writing paper to work anywhere around the room.
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