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Stories to read, stories to write: Alphabet Picture Prompts
The Letter J
Write your own stories with these printable worksheets.

These writing exercises present a picture and a space for the teacher or parent to type a word list for the students to use in the story. The word list can relate to the picture, be sight words, or spelling and vocabulary words. You can even type in short statements or questions for the student. After adding your word list, click the Print button to print a copy of the worksheet . Do not print from the browser menu.The worksheet is designed to resize and print to the paper. After clicking on the Print button, the printer dialogue box should appear. You need to make sure that you set the Print orientation to Landscape. This will print out a wide sheet with the larger lines for the younger student.

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