February Writing Prompts

February Writing Prompts
February Writing Prompts
February Writing Prompts
February Writing Prompts
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Twenty February Writing Prompts to inspire elementary students to think, respond, and write! These fun doodle style journal pages are great for grades 1 through 5 - not too childish for the upper elementary grades. Fun and interactive writing prompts in a variety of topics.

This package includes 21 black line printable pages:

► February calendar with 20 prompt ideas

► 20 unique printable writing pages with prompts

The February writing prompts cover:

  • Writing about real and imagined events
  • Opinion/favorites
  • Informative/explanatory writing
  • Friendly letter
  • Personal narrative
  • Recalling experiences
  • Giving directions

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About the February Writing Prompts:

This list includes a wide variety of topics including fun holidays like Groundhog Day and Maple Syrup Day! The prompts follow a weekly pattern:

Movement Monday - Get moving before you write!

Ex: Practice your posture by carrying a book on your head. Then write a guide titled, "How to Grow 3 Inches!"

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 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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