Teaching Resource

Narrative Writing Visual Prompts

PowerPoint, Google Slides | 19 pages|Grades: 2 - 5

A 19-slide PowerPoint containing a set of 5 visual narrative writing prompts.

Looking for an engaging way to bring fresh ideas to your students for their narrative writing? We’ve got you covered with this resource!

Choose an image from the PowerPoint and project it on the screen for your students to look at. Then, ask your students a series of inference and prediction questions (included in the PowerPoint) about the picture. Students will use their answers to plan and write a narrative text.

This PowerPoint includes 5 pictures for you to use with your students.

Use the drop-down menu to choose between the PowerPoint or Google Slides version.

  Common Core Curriculum alignment

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  • We have included a Google slide version to use with your students virtually.

    Addition by Natalie Dec 22nd, 2020

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