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 six prompts, one each for informational, descriptive, persuasive, opinion and two for narrative.
New Year Plan
I have a plan for the year that is new.
Let me tell you one thing that I want to do.
(Draw something new you want to try this year. Write to tell why you want to try it.)
Dr. King had a dream that we would work to find a way,
To live as friends in peace each and every day.
(Draw yourself as a peacemaker. Tell about a time when you were fair or peaceful.)
Valentine monsters aren’t mean. They’re sweet.
Just look at what they like to eat!
(Draw what a monster eats so that it is sweet. Describe what it eats.)
I love somebody. Yes, I do!
You should love my sweetheart, too.
(Draw the person you love. Write to tell why someone else would love your sweetheart.)
Hip, hip, hooray! It’s President’s Day.
What makes a good leader of the USA?
(Draw yourself as an adult. Write your opinion about the qualities of a good leader.)
The groundhog popped out. He was looking for the sun.
Will we wait for spring or is winter almost done?
(Draw the weather today. Tell what happened when the groundhog came out of his hole.)
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