Monthly Journal Prompts for Beginning Writers
These simple journal prompts were created to help beginning and/or struggling writers build confidence. Writing is a skill that requires daily practice. By providing simple journal prompts, my goal is to have your little learners build confidence in letter formation, connecting thoughts with pictures, use fine motor skills, and expressing their thoughts.
Please see the preview for a better look into the set.
The January Journal Prompt for Beginning Writers includes:
Fry sight words
* In January I _____.
* Some of my goals for this new year are____.
* I woke up as a polar bear in January. I would ____.
* If I can wake up as any animal it would be a _____.
*Martin Luther King Junior ____.
*My snowman melted because ____.
*If I woke up as a polar bear I would ____.
*If I were trapped in a snow globe I would ___.
*My favorite polar animal is the ____.
*In January it snowed ____.
*Inside my igloo I have ____.
*In winter I would hibernate with ____.
*Penguins can _____.
*The best winter sport is _____.
*I would rather build _____.
*I would use a ______ ball to play baseball in the snow.
*If I had a castle made out of ice, I would ____.
*If I had a robot dog, I would have it make ____ every day.
*If I could have any pet, it would be a ___.
*I can ____ in art class.
* The best thing about winter is _____.
Extra lined writing paper.
Complete the drawings:
Label the picture pages (igloo & bears)
Hooray for a New Year writing prompt
I Have a Dream writing prompt
Snowman on Vacation writing prompt with 2 different backgrounds
21 starter prompts for advanced writers with 4 pictures to choose from, draw your own picture box, and 4 reminders to start with capital letter, use finger spaces, use end marks and illustrate your picture.
***Be sure to check out the bundle of Aug-June sets!