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.
Bird the Builder
Bird builders work hard and do their best.
How do they build such wonderful nests?
(Draw things like strings, feathers, sticks, mud, paper scraps, and others that birds might use to build their nests. Write how a bird builds its nest.)
Rainy Day Surprise
One time I went out to play...
It rained the funniest thing all day!
(Draw yourself holding the umbrella. Draw what rained. Write about the surprising rain shower.
Wake Up, Bear
Hey there, Bear. Wake up from your winter sleep.
There are signs that spring is here. Just take a peek!
(Draw signs of spring. Write to tell bear reasons to wake up.)
Pssst! A little birdie told me that spring is great.
I’m glad a new season is here. I could hardly wait!
(Draw something you like about spring. Explain why you like spring.)
Diary of a Bug
This is what I’d look like if I were a bug.
I’d hid under a leaf all safe and snug.
(Draw what you’d look like if you were a bug. Tell what you did one day.)
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