Summer Writing: 40 Printable Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Summer fun starts with popsicles, road trips, and now writing prompts! Keep young minds tuned-up during the family road trip, as you ask for directions to Discount Lion Safari.
Whether initial instruction or review, these assignments reinforce key concepts on the way to becoming better writers.
• 40 Prompts on 10 Worksheets.
With adult guidance, these writing prompts complement 78%
of Common Core Writing Standards for grades 3-7.
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• Carving another Mt. Rushmore president.
• Choose a topic sentence.
• Assemble a paragraph.
• Showing George Washington the sights.
• Theodore Roosevelt's personal secretary.
• The Olympic ceremony is about to start.
• Volleyball last point.
• The hurdle race starts.
• Barbequing for 12 neighbors.
• Making frozen treats.
• Lemonade stand competition.
• Engineering the world's largest pizza.
• Starting your next world record.
• Kittles the swimming cat.
• Frying food on the sidewalk.
• Dad goes camping.
• Lulu earns a break.
• Cruise ship karaoke night.
• Cruise ship sing-along.
• Urban boating.
• Urban boating the right direction.
• Brown bear in my pool.
• Brown bear staying in the pool.
• Limbo with the Morris triplets.
• Kurt's first swimming lesson.
• Cousin Barry's personal pool.
• No parking at the public pool.
• Another slow day at the Woodlawn Community Pool.
• Meyers family lake toys.
• Jumping contest at Swanson Lake.
• Describe where the Navajo live.
• Monument Valley, AZ.
• Living in a hogan.
• Navajo code talkers.
• Jake & Lynn drive across America.
• Hot dog eating contest.
• Describing fireworks.
• Assemble a story.
• News reporter practice.
• Declaration of Independence
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