Writer's Block
Item # LER 3035
Ages 8+
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Reach in and grab a card to spark creativity early in the writing or oral storytelling process. Includes over 150 engaging ideas!

  • Features 86 double-sided prompt cards color-coded by subject (language, math, science, social studies) with real-life photographs on front and writing prompts on reverse

  • Includes 14 blank, write-on/wipe-off prompt cards for customization

  • Prompts elicit responses to who, what, when, where, why and how questions and encourage different types of writing (creative, expository, informational and more)

  • Displays steps in the writing process and writing traits on outside of 5" cardboard cube

  • Grades 3-6
  • Awards for Design:

    • American Graphic Design Awards
    • American InHouse Design Awards


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    Excellent Writing Starters

    By Pepsi

    from South Bound Brook, NJ

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    • Educational
    • Engaging
    • Lots of Fun


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      Comments about Writer's Block:

      I love this set because sometimes students have a hard time thinking of what to write about. So along with the writing prompts I have, I also let them use these cards. the cards have pictures on them, which also helps students who are visual learners.

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      We have used the box with ...

      By Suzannah Hayes

      from King's Lynn, Norfolk

      Comments about Writer's Block:

      We have used the box with one boy I taught last year, who was an incredibly reluctant writer, as a way to encourage him to write. He was allowed to select a card himself which he used as a stimulus for his writing. He enjoyed having the box on the desk and used it almost as reassurance.

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