Massive collection of writing prompts to celebrate the spring! 101 Writing Prompts for Spring includes writing prompts for Research papers, Argumentative/Persuasive Essays, Expository Essays, Descriptive/Narrative Essays, Response to Quote/Response to Literature (Poems) prompts, and Creative Writing prompts. 101 in all; perfect for Grades 7-10, but can be used in lower or higher classes, depending upon the students.
Work at Home Mom's Week is the first week of May. Mothers all over the world have either chosen to work outside the home, work inside the home, or be a stay at home mom and not work. Which is the best choice, in your opinion? Why? Give details and examples to support your response.
March is Women's History Month. Choose an important woman from history and do a research report on her life and accomplishments.
April 7th is World Health Organization Day. What is the World Health Organization and what do they do?
March is Music in Our Schools Month. In many schools, music programs are being cuts as budgets dwindle. Write an argumentative paper on why music programs should not be cut from schools.
Explain and respond to the following quote by Robin Williams: "Spring is nature's way of saying, 'Let's party!'"
Suggested poems for analysis are also included.
For more writing prompts, check out:
101 Writing Prompts for Fall
101 Writing Prompts for Winter
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