Encourage writing with these easy, interactive writing prompts. Each prompt set includes a rhyming prompt, space for the student’s illustration, a glue-on flap, and space for the student’s writing or dictation. There are five prompts, one each for opinion writing, persuasive writing, narrative writing and two for informational writing.
Sandcastle Sequence “How can I build a castle?” you ask. Here are the steps to completing that task. (Draw the things you need to build a sandcastle. Write to tell how to build a sandcastle.)
“Sandsational” Summer Here’s what I do under the summer sun. I can give you a reason why summer is so fun! (Draw a scene showing something you like to do in the summer. Give one reason why you like summer.)
“Tree-rrific” Tale Once upon a time under a coconut tree, A very surprising thing happened to me! (Draw the surprise behind the tree. Write to tell your story.)
Bucket List A bucket list has things that must get done. Here’s one thing you should do in the summer sun. (Draw a scene to show a summer activity. Write to tell one thing that someone should do in the summer.)
Packing for the Pool Everyone likes to have fun at the pool. Take these things and you’re sure to be cool. (Draw things you need at the pool. Write to tell what you need at the pool to be safe and have fun.)
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