These 20 writing prompts will help you on that first week of school as you introduce school and classroom rules, teacher expectations, appropriate student behavior, and how to respond to problems or needs. 20 questions about pencils and books and paper and getting sick and bringing stuff from home and sticking your tongue out and fire drills and more. 20 printable pages to help you and your students find success this year. Here are the 20 writing prompts:
What should I do if I see trash on the ground?
Will we get to write POEMS about birds or dogs or trees or flowers friends or love or storms?
Why should children OBEY adults?
What should I do if there is a FIRE?
What do I already know about vowels?
Do we get to DANCE in class and is it good for our BODY and MIND?
What do I already know about RESPECT?
How can I keep others from getting SICK when I don’t feel well?
What should I do if I break my pencil?
What is so fascinating about BOOKS?
What are three rules about PAPER?
Do we get to write a LETTER to a friend or a stranger or a character in a story?
Are we allowed to bring TOYS or GAMES or STUFF from home to school?
What do I do when I find something on the floor that is NOT mine?
Do we get to write STORIES this year?
Is it okay to stick out your tongue at someone or make fun of someone or call someone a name?
Why do kids like to laugh?
Are there times at school when I should be quiet?
What can I do to make my friend SMILE?
Will we get to work on computers this year?
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