These prompts are a great way to teach descriptive, persuasive, narrative, expository, poetry, and creative writing. Excellent for meeting the common core standards for writing.
This product includes a total of 45 writing prompts and graphic organizers, both in color and in black and white versions. Included are areas for drawing on some of the pages.
45 prompts include:
- Spring is time of new beginnings. What is something new that you would like to start doing?
- Describe a perfect Spring day.
- I know it's Spring when...
- Pretend “Spring fever” exists. Make a list of symptoms people would have. Describe a treatment plan.
- Pretend you could go anywhere during Spring break. Where would you go and what would you do there?
- Write a persuasive essay on why you believe Spring break should or should be longer than it currently is.
- Create a top ten list of favorite Spring activities. Your favorite activity should be #1.
- A sunny day makes me feel...
- You are planning the class Spring picnic. Write a menu plan and what games and activities there will be.
- What is your favorite holiday during the Spring season? Why?
- Describe your favorite Spring day.
- Spring cleaning is a time we get rid of things we don't need and can donate to others. Name three items you would get rid of and why.
- Pretend you are Spring cleaning the garage and find an old wooden box. When you open the box, what do you find?
- Most baby animals are born in the Spring. If you could pick any baby animal to raise, which one would you pick and why?
- If you were a rabbit, where would you live? Describe your life in that place.
- Imagine you went bird watching and discovered a new bird. What would you name it? What would it look like?
- Imagine you found a baby bird in your back yard and you nursed it to health. You found out this bird has one super power. Write a story about this super bird.
- Describe the steps needed to make a bird feeder (graphic organizer)
- Write an essay on how to care for a rabbit or duck.
- Write an essay on how to prepare for bird watching or a nature hike.
- If you had a garden, what would you grow and why?
- You discover a new flower that blooms in the Spring. What would you call it? Describe what it looks like.
- You become a butterfly for one day. Describe on you would spend your day.
- You become a bee for a day. Describe where you would go and how your day would be.
- Imagine you took a walk in the park and you upset a bee hive. The bees are chasing you, what do you do? You can write your story as silly or as realistic as you would like it to be.
- Your class is having a picnic at the park. Imagine instead of being a student, you are an insect. Describe this picnic from an insect's point of view.
- Imagine you were so tiny that the blades of grass were as tall as trees, you could use a leaf as a blanket. Write a story about your adventures outside.
- butterflies: can, have, are (graphic organizer)
- frogs: can, have, are (graphic organizer)
- ladybugs: can, have, are (graphic organizer)
- snails: can, have, are (graphic organizer)
- Do you like rain in Spring? Why or why not?
- What is your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?
- Do you jump in puddles? Why or why not?
- Write a story about a day during a thunderstorm.
- Do you believe people should be prepared for bad weather? Why or why not?
- I like learning about weather because...
- Many people celebrate April fool's day. Write about a time when you played a joke on someone or when someone played a joke on you.
- Spring Acrostic poem
- Flower Acrostic Poem
- Garden Acrostic poem
- Rain Acrostic poem
- Insects Acrostic poem
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