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This daily writing prompts resource includes 108 daily writing prompts for November, Thanksgiving, Fall, Veterans Day and Diwali in three formats: PowerPoint presentation, task cards, and Google Slides. You can choose the ones that suit your class best!
Each set provides a range of narrative, explanation, persuasive/argument, and photo writing prompts. This gives your students choices and agency and helps to develop their independence.
This resource features US spelling. Click here for the British spelling version.
You will receive 108 daily writing prompts:
- 27 PowerPoint slides featuring 4 writing prompts on each slide
- 27 Google Slides featuring 4 writing prompts on each slide
- 108 writing prompt task cards
- 4 Fall writing prompts
- 8 Thanksgiving writing prompts
- 4 Veterans Day writing prompts
- 4 Diwali writing prompts
Why Daily Writing?
Daily writing is a crucial part of improving your students’ writing ability. Daily writing, as a bell ringer or morning work activity, ensures that the children are writing every day of the school year.
These writing prompts have been designed with the idea that they will be used as the one “uncorrected” form of writing that students produce - a chance for them to just write without the fear of “doing it wrong.” However, the prompts will still work great for your students if your purpose is different.
Simply choose which format suits you best, choose a writing prompt for the day, and you are ready to go!
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