March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring

March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
March Writing Prompts | March Writing Center or Journal | Great for Spring
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This March Writing Prompts pack contains a total of 28 journal prompts for use throughout the month of March. The writing prompts are open-ended and can be used for a daily response journal or more structured and guided journal writing, after class/small group discussion or research.

Also included are the following:

  • Blank templates with a themed border
  • Blank templates without a themed border
  • Handwriting guidelines
  • Handwriting lines for more advanced, able writers

CONTENT

  • Cover
  • Teacher Notes
  • Contents
  • WRITING JOURNAL
  • Writing Journal Alternative Lines
  • Blank Writing Templates
  • TOU/Credits

LIST OF PROMPTS

  • March Weather - lion or lamb?
  • Happy Birthday, Dr. Seuss! - your favorite book
  • Happy Birthday, Mr. Bell - invention/how would life be different?
  • Mardi Gras - costume design and description
  • My Hero - Women's History Month
  • How Do You Eat Your Cookie - National Oreo Cookie Day
  • World Math Day - what do you like/not like about Math?
  • Delicious! Favorite Breakfast - National School Breakfast Week
  • National Sauce Month - your favorite and what you eat it with
  • Lucky! - what does it mean to feel lucky?
  • Which One? Snow or rain?
  • Raindrops.....if I were a raindrop...
  • Good Samaritan Day - how can you show kindness?
  • A Day in the Life of.....a leprechaun!
  • Going Green! Everything you touches turns green!
  • How to.....My First Plant
  • How to.....Catch! (a leprechaun)
  • St. Patrick's Day - how do you celebrate?
  • Signs of Spring
  • Acrostic Poem: Leprechaun
  • Acrostic Poem: Spring
  • Photo Prompt: An Irish Castle - who lived here?
  • Photo Prompt: Rainbow - pot of gold at the end of a rainbow?
  • Photo Prompt: The Dark Hedges - traveling through, I met.....
  • Make a List: Comparison 1
  • Make a List: Comparison 2
  • Informational Text: Leprechauns
  • Informational Text: Spring

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Write routinely over extended time frames (time for research, reflection, and revision) and shorter time frames (a single sitting or a day or two) for a range of tasks, purposes, and audiences.
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose, and audience.
Write narratives to develop real or imagined experiences or events using effective technique, well-chosen details, and well-structured event sequences.
Write informative/explanatory texts to examine and convey complex ideas and information clearly and accurately through the effective selection, organization, and analysis of content.
Write arguments to support claims in an analysis of substantive topics or texts, using valid reasoning and relevant and sufficient evidence.
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