December Writing Prompts

December Writing Prompts
December Writing Prompts
December Writing Prompts
December Writing Prompts
December Writing Prompts
December Writing Prompts
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20 December Writing Prompts to inspire your elementary students to write! (No extra effort required from you!) These fun doodle style journal pages are great for grades 1 through 5 - not too childish for the upper elementary grades!

This list includes silly holidays and fun topics for the month of December. You will not find references to religious holidays this month, so this prompt calendar can be used for families and students from any background.

This package includes 21 black line printable pages:

► December calendar with 20 prompt ideas

► 20 unique printable writing pages with prompts

These writing prompts cover:

  • Writing about real and imagined events
  • Opinion
  • Informative/explanatory writing
  • Friendly Letter
  • Personal narrative
  • Recalling experiences

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About the December Writing Prompts:

This list includes a wide variety of topics including fun holidays like Cookie Day and Time Traveler Day! The prompts follow a weekly pattern:

Movement Monday - Get moving before you write!

Ex:Move around the room singing and dancing like a robot. Then, write a story titled, "Robot Boogie.".

How-to Tuesday - Write directions, instructions, how-to's, and recipes!

Wild Wednesday - Anything goes with these funny prompts to get your kiddos thinking and smiling!

Thoughtful Thursday - Thinking about others, gratitude, and remembering events from the past.

Friday Favorites - List all your favorites (great for sticking close to a topic) or tell about your favorite things.

A daily writing prompt can help your kiddos

• focus on a single topic

• tell a story or give directions

• use transition words

• put events or instructions in order in a way that makes sense!

These are great for morning work, seat work, a daily writing center, or even as fun writing homework!

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