A printable drawing and writing worksheet can be used in so many ways. For a child just learning to write letters, you could choose a letter each day and they could draw things starting with that letter, and then practice writing the letter below. As they progress, spelling words can be fun to draw, as well as choosing a phonics sound and writing different words that include that sound and drawing them. Or, choose several spelling words and challenge your student to create a sentence that includes all of them.
Learning to write complete sentences is an important skill of course, and what better way than to practice regularly and to write a sentence about a picture you’ve drawn? For young writers, who are just learning the enjoyment of creating, don’t over-correct spelling and grammar. As you’re teaching those things at other times their spelling, grammar and punctuation will improve over time.
This printable worksheet would be great to use for story writing as well. Kids will be proud for family and friends to read their story book!
There are two printables available- one with primary lines and one with regular lines. Click the below links to open and print: