Try it Free Tuesday {phonics based writing}

Thanks for stopping by week five of Try it Free Tuesday 2015!
Each Tuesday this summer, I will be featuring a product or two that you are able to try out for FREE!
The products will be available for free for one day only! Of course, you will be able to purchase them on TpT after that.
{button by the fabulous Lyndsey Kuster}

I'm so very excited to share all of these awesome products with you!

Today's freebie is brought to you by the talented Lauren from A Teachable Teacher!
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Lauren has been teaching since 2011.  She has taught Kindergarten ESL Intervention and mainstream first grade. Her favorite subjects to teach are phonics and math! When Lauren is not at school, she loves going to the beach with her husband, baking, and spending time with her mom and sister (who are also teachers).

Today, Lauren is sharing a sample of her Phonics Based Writing Prompts!
Phonics based writing prompts are the perfect supplement to your phonics and reading instruction. Research shows that reading and writing are intertwined! Effective instruction combines all modes of language. This resource provides the perfect opportunity to practice targeted phonics skills with an emphasis on writing.

Each page provides the targeted phonics skill, matching clip art, traceable words, and writing lines. These pages can be used independently by students in writing centers, during Daily 5, for homework, or even as a spelling activity!

Download this amazing freebie today, July 7th ONLY! Be sure to tell your friends before time runs out!
And come back next week to download some great products from some of my favorite bloggers!


  1. Such a cute resource! I love that she has activities for both words starting with a blend and words ending with a blend.

  2. Thank you for introducing us to these talented teachers!

  3. Oh, this is a fantastic resource!!!

    Thanks for introducing me to Lauren. :)

  4. Great Post! When I go to download the freebie, it still has a price on it. Is it free until the end of the day today?