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 descriptive writing, persuasive writing, narrative writing and two for informational writing.
What is living in this tree?
Who is hiding from you and from me?
(Draw animals you might find living in a tree. Write about them.)
I found Frosty’s magic hat.
I turned into a snow kid, just like that!
(Draw yourself as a kid. Draw yourself as a snowperson; then describe how you look.)
A feathered friend flew by and said, “Hi!”
It took me on a flight high in the sky.
(Draw a scene from your story. Write what you saw.)
It’s “snow” easy to build a frosty friend.
Follow these steps from the start to the end.
(Draw a snowman. Tell how to build it.)
Snow Pal Persuasion
Frosty must go or he’ll melt to the ground.
Can you convince him to stay around?
(Draw a melted snowman. Write persuasive sentences or tell about your plan for keeping it.)
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