This page contains examples of colorful worksheets that contain school themes and matching bulletin board display banners.
On this page, you will find blank Back To School worksheets that contain the following themes: book bags, chalkboards, apples, buses, and pencils.
For final draft writing assignments, when I give my students colorful printable worksheets to write on, I have found that they tend to use their best effort and they are more careful to not make careless spelling, grammar, and punctuation errors.
I have designed my Back to School printable worksheets and templates to have large borders on them.
Persuasive Writing These worksheets will develop students ability to express their opinions through persuasive essays.
Quotation Marks Here is a page of printable worksheets that can be used for teaching students about using quotation marks in their written dialogue.The topic that you choose will be a lot more interesting for your students when they get to write on their own book bag worksheets and color their book bags.Your bulletin board display of your students' Back to School creative writing assignments will stand out and capture everyone's attention with this set of teaching resources that contains student backpacks as the theme.The book bag templates are on one printable worksheet and they are easy to cut out.These backpack templates measure 7 inches in width and 10 inches in height.I cut the white edges off of my students' color stationery, as I think that they look better displayed on a bulletin board this way.My Back To School printable worksheets contain the following teaching resources: Back to School Book Bag Templates: This is a generic writing template that does not have a topic selected.Beginners can pick up story writing skills with simple fill-in-the-blank type worksheets.Older kids can hone their writing skills with the more challenging story writing worksheets.This quick creative writing assignment will provide you with student work samples that you can post on your bulletin board immediately during the first week of school. Students write their names on the ruler and the date is written on the book cover. The top part of the book bag has been left blank so that students can draw and color a picture in this area of their backpack.You will be able to create a colorful bulletin board display of your students' work using the bulletin board banner and additional book bag accent pieces that are also included in this set of teaching resources. All three of the templates in this set of teaching resources are the same size and shape, the only difference between these sets is in the writing lines that are on the templates. You could also use this top empty section of the book bag to glue photographs of your students.