This is a set of five minute quick write writing prompts. There are 128 quick write "ribbons" in each set! Appropriate for grades 3 and up.
Personal Interests and Experiences
"Who or what makes you laugh? Explain why you think this person or thing is so funny."
"What do you think is your greatest accomplishment or achievement so far?"
Family and Friends
"Write about a disagreement you had with someone. How was that disagreement resolved?"
"What would you fear the most about moving to another country?"
"What explorer--such as Christopher Columbus, Marco Polo, or Lewis and Clark--would you like to have traveled with the most?"
The moral of Aesop’s fable “The Fox and the Goat” is “Look before you leap.” What do you think that means?
Real World Responsibilities
Does money have anything to do with how good a person is? Explain your answer.
Imagine you are hired by Apple to create a new app. Describe your app and explain why you think it would be a top seller.
Print strips on cardstock, cut and laminate. I like to put them in a cup and pull out a random writing prompt each day and have the kids do a quick write at the beginning of class to get their "creative juices" flowing!