30 printable pages of writing prompts, weird questions, and hypothetical situations that your students have not been asked yet.
10 pages: Students list Five New Uses for a rock, glass, shoe, box, spoon, milk carton, paper plate, magazine, old shirt, and chair.
10 pages: Students write the dialogue for What Would A spider say to a fly caught in its web? What would a dog say to a cat it was chasing? What would an umbrella say to a raindrop that fell from the sky? What would a lollipop say to the tongue that was licking it? What would a mouse say to an elephant? and 35 others odd situations or conversations…
10 pages: Students respond to hypothetical questions like, What would you do if you had no bed? …or if had only one change of clothes? …or if you suddenly went blind? …or if you had to stay awake all night? …or if you were chased by a pack of happy, playful dogs? and 15 other novel questions that will get your students thinking and writing.
Take a look at the Preview to see several sample pages from this packet.
If you are interested in other writing packets, click on one of these below:
Divergent Thinking Writing Prompts
Writing about Nature
Make a List
Descriptive Writing: Butterflies, Birds, Bees and more
Asking Questions about Wildlife
Describe Ten Things You See
Using Nature Photos to Write a Story
Write Opinions about Wildlife
Writing on a Rainy Day
If you would like a lot of what you see, click on the link below to see my BUNDLE of 10 packets: