Lunar New Year Writing Prompts | Paper or Digital

Brain Ninjas
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3rd - 6th
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  1. Help your students build writing stamina and fluency by giving them a variety of choices for writing about different holidays and celebrations. These no-prep prompts come in a variety of formats so you can use them any way you want. And no matter how you use them, they only take a moment to print or
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Help your students build writing stamina and fluency by giving them a variety of choices for Lunar New Year writing. These no-prep prompts come in a variety of formats so you can use them any way you want. And no matter how you use them, they only take a moment to print or post in your online classroom.

This quick and easy product includes:

  • teacher instructions on how to use the prompts.
  • student genre reference page.
  • simple criteria for each genre.
  • three formats of prompts: full page, half page, and a Google Slides version so you can use the format that works for you (and your copy budget)
  • three prompts for each of the ten days (that's 30 prompts) that alternate between different types of writing with a Lunar New Year theme. Students do not need to know everything about Lunar New Year. Each slide has at least one prompt that can be completed with no knowledge of Lunar New Year. Prompts included traditions from Chinese New Year, Korean New Year (Seollal) and Vietnamese New Year (Tết Nguyên Đán).
  • a link to a blog post with more ideas on how to use the prompts.

These prompts are intended as quick writes (10-15 minutes a day) to increase fluency and interest in writing.

Ninja Note: To access the digital version, download the PDF and click on the link in the file. A copy of the text is included along the side of each digital slide to allow for text to speech software to access the text.

They were tested in fourth and fifth grade classes and work great as a start to the day activity or an end of the day wrap up.

Students choose which prompt they want to write about and the writing is not assessed.

Looking for more activities for Lunar New Year?

We have sets for many different holidays and observations:

Check out some of our other English: Writing Skills.

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Thank you for your consideration! Happy writing from the Brain Ninjas!

Total Pages
25 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
2 Weeks
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