Spring Writing Activities First Grade | Writing Prompts

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  1. Writing for First Grade Seasons Bundle is a packet of first grade writing activities for the winter, fall, spring, and summer seasons. Students write seasonal letters, complete graphic organizers, respond to literature, write poems and booklets, stories, and more. Each packet includes a craft/bookle
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Engage your students in fun spring writing activities and prompts for first grade. Use the plant craft booklet for a classroom bulletin board. The 1st grade writing topics include spring season, Easter, plants, butterflies, vocabulary scavenger hunt, sports, informational and story writing, response to literature, writing paper, and more!

Use the printables for writer’s workshop, guided writing, or at a literacy center.

The packet includes:

  • Spring Season KWL Chart – Students write what they know, want to learn, and have learned as they learn about the spring season.

  • Write a List! – Draw pictures and write a list of spring writing ideas.

  • It’s Spring! Main Idea/Details – Complete a graphic organizer by writing a main idea about spring and details to support it.

  • Spring Scavenger Hunt - Students find and write the words and draw pictures that illustrate the words.

  • Learning About the Spring Season – Write, illustrate, and share facts about the spring season.

  • Spring Season Web – Complete a web graphic organizer with words and/or pictures that describe spring.

  • A Letter to Spring – Write a letter to spring describing your opinion about spring.

  • A Spring Story – Write and illustrate a spring story.

  • Writing About Rain – Draw and write what you know about rain.

  • Facts about Rain – Write a fact about rain in each of the raindrops.

  • How many words can you make from the letters in SPRING SEASON? - Cut the letters out and use them to make words from the letters in “spring season.” Write the words.

  • Describe a Spring Flower – Finish the flower. Draw a stem and leaves. Color and describe the flower.

  • Spring Colors – Complete the sentences about the colors associated with spring.

  • How to Fly a Kite Booklet – Draw and write about how to fly a kite.

  • Compare and Contrast Spring and Winter - Complete the Venn diagram by drawing and labeling or writing what is the same and different about spring and winter.

  • All About Spring Nouns and Adjectives – Write a list of nouns and adjectives that describe spring.

  • Fun Spring Activities Nouns, Verbs, and Adjectives – Write a list of nouns, verbs, and adjectives that describe fun spring activities.

  • A Spring {acrostic} Poem - Write phrases that describe spring and begin with each of the letters in spring.

  • I can read a spring book. – Write and illustrate a favorite part of a spring book.

  • Retell a Spring Story - Retell a spring story by writing about and illustrating the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

  • Spring Day Fun! – Write and illustrate what you like to do on a fun spring day.

  • Spring Sports – Write about sports you like to play and watch during the spring season.

  • Seasonal Changes – Write lists of changes that happen in the spring and changes that happen in the winter. Draw a picture of one thing from each list.

  • What animals hatch from eggs? - Write a list of animals that hatch from eggs.

  • Rainy Day Fun – Write about fun things you can do on a rainy day.

  • I can have fun in spring. - Write a list of fun activities you can do on a spring day.

  • I can write spring sentences. – Write a sentence for each of the given spring words.

  • A Butterfly Story - Draw and label the setting, character(s), problem, and solution of a snowman story. Evaluate the story.

  • Butterfly Facts - Write 4 facts about butterflies.

  • Butterfly Life Cycle Posters and Booklet – Write about the life cycle of a butterfly from egg to adult butterfly. Butterfly Life Cycle posters are included (color and black and white versions).

  • Compare and Contrast Butterfly and Ladybug – Draw and/or write what is the same and different about butterflies and ladybugs.

  • I can write about butterflies. – Read a nonfiction book about butterflies. Draw, write, and share what you learn.

  • Writing About Butterflies – Use a word bank to write about butterflies.

  • From Egg to Butterfly – Cut the pictures out and glue them in order. Write about each picture.

  • How many words can you make from the letters in BUTTERFLY? - Cut the letters out and use them to make words from the letters in “butterfly.” Write the words.

  • An Easter story. – Read an Easter story. Use details of the story to answer the questions.

  • An Easter Egg Hunt – Draw and write about an Easter egg hunt.

  • I can write about Easter. – Read an Easter story. Draw, write and share about Easter.

  • Decorate Easter Eggs – Decorate the Easter eggs and describe the eggs.

  • Retell a Bunny Story - Retell a story about a bunny. Write what happens at the beginning, middle, and end of the story.

  • Bunny Trouble – Write a make-believe story about a bunny.

  • Animals in Spring – Write lists of facts about rabbits and birds. Illustrate one fact from each list.

  • What a Plant Needs Craft Booklet – Write about the needs of a plant: sun, soil, air, and rain.

  • Plants – Use the word bank to write about plants.

  • How to Grow a Plant – Draw and write four steps that show and tell how to grow a plant.

Spring Writing Paper – Spring themed writing paper to use at a writing center.

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