Free Writing Template Worksheet

Free Writing Template Worksheet

Use this free printable worksheet to have students write the steps needed to make a cake.  This provides practice using the words “first, next, then, last”.  This can be used as a rough draft to help with organizing ideas or you may choose to use this as a final published writing activity.

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Free Writing Template Worksheet

Use this free printable worksheet to have students write the steps needed to make a cake.  This provides practice using the words “first, next, then, last”.  This can be used as a rough draft to help with organizing ideas or you may choose to use this as a final published writing activity.

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