Narrative, Opinion, Expository Writing Prompts BUNDLE

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This is bundle of three of my products that have writing prompts. Getting the bundle will save you money, and you will have writing prompts for the entire year! The descriptions of each product is listed below:

Opinion Writing Prompts 15 Minute Quick Write

Do your students need time after recess to calm themselves and do a quick write? Or do your students need more opinion writing practice? Look no further!

This resource includes the following items:
✔Cover Page for Journal with clip art
✔Cover Page for Journal without clip art
✔Extension Writing Page
✔26 opinion writing prompts


Some of prompts included are:

Would you rather speak every language in the world or play every instrument?

Would you rather be the best payer on a losing team or the worst player on a winning team? Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

Would you rather go to the beach in the summer or skiing in the winter? Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

What is the best food? Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

Expository/Informational Writing Quick Write:
Do your students need time after recess to calm themselves and do a quick write? Or do your students need more expository informational writing practice? Look no further!

This resource includes the following items:
✔Cover Page for Journal with clip art
✔Cover Page for Journal without clip art
✔Extension Writing Page
✔25 opinion writing prompts
This is also excellent for the high school exit exams, CAHSEE.

Some of prompts included are:


Think about someone you admire. Write to explain the admirable qualities that this person has. Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

Many people seem to be concerned about violence. Write suggestions you may have tto stop violence and tell why you think that may work. Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.


Your school has just hired several new substitute teachers. The principal has asked each student for a suggestion that will help the substitutes succeed. Write to inform the new substitutes about the most important thing they must do to be successful in your school. Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

Think about inventions that have affected our lives. Select one invention and write to explain why this invention has been good or bad for society. Explain your reasoning. Support your ideas with details, explanations, and examples.

You and a friend are having a conversation about what makes “popular” students popular. your friend tells you that being popular is important. You decide to write an essay sharing your thoughts about popularity and why you think the way you do.

Narrative Writing Journal Prompts Quick Write:
Do your students need time after recess to calm themselves and do a quick write? Or do your students need more narrative writing practice? Look no further!

This resource includes the following items:
✔Cover Page for Journal with clip art
✔Cover Page for Journal without clip art
✔Extension Writing Page
✔25 interesting narrative writing prompts


Some of prompts included are:

Think of a real experience you have had that would be hard to forget. Think about what makes it so hard to forget. Tell what happened.

One April Fool's day you played a safe but terrific joke on your best friend. Write about your April Fool's joke to your classmates.

Weather can affect your life. Think about a time in your life when you have been affected by some kind of weather. Write an article for a popular young people's magazine. Tell about your experience so that other young people can understand what it was like.

Suppose aliens abducted you as you were walking to school. Write a letter to your best friend on Earth telling him or her about this experience.


f you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. You may also click on the preview to see examples of the addition task cards.
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Mega Bundle ELA/ESL Resources
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Narrative, Opinion, Expository Writing Prompts BUNDLE
Narrative, Opinion, Expository Writing Prompts BUNDLE
Narrative, Opinion, Expository Writing Prompts BUNDLE
Narrative, Opinion, Expository Writing Prompts BUNDLE