One of our favorite themes has always been medieval. We have done tons with it over the years. It has been a fun one to think about.
Today we have some medieval & fairy Tale themed writing paper to make writing time fun. I know that my girls love changing things up. And I know that writing can be hard for a lot of kids.
This is day 5 of the 7 Days of Medieval & Fairy Tale Printables.
One part I love about themed paper is you can use it how every you want. We always do different things with it. I might pick a themed from the paper to use. In this paper, there are loads of blends and word endings that match.
The paper also matches up with the Medieval Pack. You could use some themes for the pack to do some writing.
Each of the images has four pages for each with guidelines with name, paper with just guidelines, line paper with name and paper with just lines.
Here is a look at how the page with guidelines looks. You can see there are nice big lines for kids to write on. It works perfectly for preschool, kindergarten, and early first grade.
The second-page type is just a single line. Loads of space for kids that know how to write but still need some area for writing the letters. It is ideal for late first, second and third grade.
I love using the paper to match up with themed sight word sets. Several years ago I made some Knight themed Cards. It is now fun to have some paper to use with the cards.
Another fun thing we did with the paper was writing our CVCC -ing words. We used the CVCC Word Family Wall Cards to help with this. It make writing the words my youngest is working on fun.
There are many others ways to use the papers. Here are a few ways that we have used them.
- Write words that start with the same letter, blend, or digraph
- Write a story about the picture
- Write a history report about Castles
- Write about your favorite medieval theme
- Write about famous historical figures from the middle ages
- Write Sentences from the Medieval Blends & Digraphs Book
- Make your own fairy tale story
- Practice writing sight words
- Write a book report
- Practice writing letters
- Practice writing numbers
- Practice writing their name
- Practice writing their address
- Practice writing their phone number
- Practice spelling Words
- Practice writing the day of the week
- Practice writing months of the year
- Keep a journal of what you do daily
- Write letters to grandparents or other family
There is never just one way to use writing paper. You might be able to come up with even more ideas than I have!
Graphics from: Melonheadz Illustrating and Doodles.
What you will find in these printables:
- 10 different space images – 4 pages for picture
- Pages with lines with name and page with just lines
- Pages with guidelines with name and page with just guidelines
- 40 pages of printables
Check out these other Medieval Printable & Activities:
- Free Medieval Pack
- Fun Math: Roll a Fairy Tale Castle
- Medieval Blends & Digraphs Easy Reader Book
- The Kiss That Missed – Poppins Book Nook
Check out all 7 days of the Medieval & Fairy Tale Printables:
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