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, informational writing and two for narrative writing.
I turned into a scarecrow one day.
I tried to scare the birds away...
(Draw how you look as a kid. Color the scarecrow. Write to tell how you tried to scare the birds away.
Pick a Pumpkin Treat
Pumpkin on the vine...picked just in time.
We’ll cook a pumpkin treat that will taste mighty fine.
(Draw your favorite food made from pumpkins...muffins, bread, pie, etc. Write to give your opinion about which pumpkin food tastes best.)
Busy squirrel, I just want to know.
Where did all your acorns go?
(Draw the squirrel’s hiding place. Write to tell how you will persuade the squirrel to tell you where the nuts are hidden.)
Beautiful leaves change their colors every season.
I have been watching and I know the reason.
(Color an autumn leaf and a summer leaf. Write to tell why leaves change colors.)
Behind the Fence
What’s behind the fence? Push it open to see.
I opened it, too. Here’s my fall story.
(Draw something behind the fence. Tell a story about the what you saw behind the fence.)
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