Encourage writing with these easy, interactive writing prompts. Each page 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 narrative, persuasive, opinion and two for informational.
I went into this house. It was really spooky.
I’ll tell you what happened. My story’s kind of kooky!
(Draw what you saw in the house. Write to tell what happened.)
Trick or Treat! I like sweets.
Here’s my favorite kind to eat.
(Draw your favorite kind of candy. Write to tell why it is your favorite.)
Turkey in the straw. Turkey in the hay.
STOP! There are other things to eat today.
(Draw what you like to eat on Thanksgiving Day. Write to persuade someone not to eat turkey.)
Native American Know-how
The Pilgrims needed the help of friends.
On the Native Americans they had to depend.
(Draw to show one way the Native Americans helped the Pilgrims. Write to tell how they helped.)
Veterans served our country with hearts so true.
On this patriotic day, we remember you.
(Draw to show a way that military personnel serve our country. Write to explain why we honor them on Veterans Day.)
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