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 descriptive writing, persuasive writing, narrative writing and two for informational writing.
Tree House: What is living in this tree? Who is hiding from you and from me? (Draw animals you might find living in a tree. Write about them.)
Snow Me I found Frosty’s magic hat. I turned into a snow kid, just like that! (Draw yourself as a kid. Draw yourself as a snowperson; then describe how you look.)
Flying High: A feathered friend flew by and said, “Hi!” It took me on a flight high in the sky. (Draw a scene from your story. Write what you saw.)
Snow Easy: It’s “snow” easy to build a frosty friend. Follow these steps from the start to the end. (Draw a snowman. Tell how to build it.)
Snow Pal Persuasion Frosty must go or he’ll melt to the ground. Can you convince him to stay around? (Draw a melted snowman. Write persuasive sentences or tell about your plan for keeping it.)
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