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 four prompts that included narrative writing, persuasive writing and informational writing.
Easter eggs can be pink, green or blue.
If you want pretty eggs, here’s what you do.
(Decorate the egg. Draw the supplies you need to decorate real eggs. Write to tell how to decorate eggs.)
This leprechaun is clever and old.
How can you convince him to give you his gold?
(Draw what you will buy with your gold. Write to tell how you will persuade the leprechaun to give you the pot.
Reasons to Recycle
Recycle your papers, bottles and cans.
That’s the way to save our land!
(Draw things that you can recycle. Write to tell what you can recycle OR write to tell why it is important to recycle.)
Bunny Trail Tale
I went hopping down the bunny trail.
Now I have a tale to tell!
(Draw to show what the bunny puts in baskets. Write to tell about hopping down the bunny trail with the Easter Bunny.)
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