150 Writing Prompts for the Summer. The Summer is here and your students will be bored with the mundane and repetitive and blah, blah, blah. How about wacky writing prompts like: the skunk that sprayed my sister, a frog kisses a princess, I can’t hear you, the day I forgot my name, the pig that had no nose, the last puppy on earth, my dog ate my homework, my homework ate my dog, the stick and the elephant that caught it, the bird in the dog house, the dog in the tree, a monkey in my room, almost falling off a cliff, wearing no socks this summer, wrestling with a tiger, a big fat lie, trapped in a cave, the kid with the hippopotamus, and many more from the mind of one weird and wacky writer (me).
Bring out the creative genius in all of your students with these kid-friendly prompts. Use these printables in a Summer packet, for End of Year filler, as a whole-class activity or at a Writing Center, for the Gifted and Talented or early finishers. Use any time of the year. Third grade. Fourth grade. Fifth grade. Balance learning with laughing and help your students learn that writing is the best subject at school (not recess).
If you want over 150 pages of MATH, then take a look at this series:
End of Year Math (Third Grade)
End of Year Math (Fourth Grade)
End of Year Math (Fifth Grade)
If you want ANALYSIS and REASONING, then take a look at this series:
What doesn’t belong? (Numbers)
What doesn’t belong? (Geometric Shapes)
What doesn’t belong? (Categories)
What doesn’t belong? (Sorting and Analyzing)
If you want 150 pages for EARLY FINISHERS (Math and ELA), then take a look at this series:
Early Finishers: 3rd grade
Early Finishers: 4th grade
Early Finishers: 5th grade