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Engage your K-2 students in a fun and educational activity that combines the creativity of directed drawing with the essential skill of sentence writing. This comprehensive resource will promote artistic expression, fine motor skills, and language development in young learners this summer.


In this activity, students will follow step-by-step instructions to create delightful drawings of various objects, animals, and characters. After completing their drawings, students will practice their sentence writing skills by describing their artwork using descriptive words, complete sentences, and proper punctuation.


Includes US and UK Spelling Variations.


Pictures include:

  • Beach Ball

  • Crab

  • Fish

  • Ice Cream

  • Palm Tree

  • Boat

  • Sand Castle

  • Star Fish

  • Shell

  • Sunglasses


Save 30% by purchasing the Directed Drawing & Sentence Writing Bundle


Included in this pack are:

  • 10 sheets for sentence writing to go with their directed drawing (UK and US spellings included)
  • 10 directed drawing strips (for students who prefer to just draw)
  • 100-slide PowerPoint to help guide your students through the drawing and writing process, including identifying the nouns, verbs and adjectives. Also includes an extension activity for making a compound sentence.

Summer Directed Drawing and Sentence Writing

  • File Info

    PDF with 10 Worksheets, 10 Drawing Strips plus 100 Slide PowerPoint

  • ACARA Alignment

    Foundation Year English

    AC9EFLA05 recognise that sentences are key units for expressing ideas

    AC9EFLA09 identify punctuation as a feature of written text different from letters; recognise that capital letters are used for names, and that capital letters also signal the beginning of sentences while punctuation marks signal the end

    Year One English

    AC9E1LA06 understand that a simple sentence consists of a single independent clause representing a single event or idea

    AC9E1LA07 understand that words can represent people, places and things (nouns, including pronouns), happenings and states (verbs), qualities (adjectives) and details such as when, where and how (adverbs

    AC9E1LA10 understand that written language uses punctuation such as full stops, question marks and exclamation marks, and uses capital letters for familiar proper nouns

    Year Two English

    AC9E2LA06 understand that connections can be made between ideas by using a compound sentence with 2 or more independent clauses usually linked by a coordinating conjunction

    AC9E2LA07 understand that in sentences nouns may be extended into noun groups using articles and adjectives, and verbs may be expressed as verb groups

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