Draw & Write Games and Activities

 
 

There are an infinite number of games and activities
involving drawing and writing.

Print out Draw & Write Pages below
to use with any of the following ideas or come up
with great ones of your own.

 
1. Vocabulary Stories – Select one or more vocabulary words you would like to master. Draw a picture that would depict those words. Write the story.

 2. Phonics Stories – Select one or more phonics elements, such as short a or the ch consonant team, etc. Draw a picture that would depict those phonic elements. Write the story.

3. Parts of Speech Stories – Select one or more parts of speech, such as nouns or verbs, etc. Draw a picture that would depict those parts of speech. Write the story.

4. Spelling Words Stories – Select one or more spelling words you would like to master. Draw a picture that would depict those words. Write the story.

5. Capitalization and Punctuation Stories – Select one or more capitalization and/or punctuation rules. Draw a picture that would depict those rules. Write the story.

6. Alphabet Stories – Challenge yourself to write the shortest sentence or paragraph you can that includes all of the letters of the alphabet. Draw a picture that would depict it. Write it.

7. Number Sentences. Roll two dice. That is the number of words you are allowed to use in writing a sentence. Draw a picture that illustrates the sentence. For a longer activity, roll the dice several times. Each roll indicates the number of words for a sentence. Write the sentences in order and then draw a picture illustrating what you wrote.

8. Today’s Journal – Each day, draw a picture of something interesting that happened. Write about it.

9. Habits Stories – Determine a positive habit you would like to master, such as getting prepared for the next day the night before. Draw a picture of yourself successfully carrying out that habit. Write about it.

10. Information Memorization Stories – Determine information you need to memorize, such as the first five presidents of the United States or how to reduce fractions to lowest terms, etc. Draw a picture about it. Write about it.

 
Draw & Write Pages (primary lines)
Draw & Write Pages (regular lines)