Wildlife Prompts introduces your students to the Fall Season: falling leaves, trees enduring storms, hungry spiders building webs, flowers pushing through the soil, camouflaged moths hiding on tree bark, wandering bugs atop leaves, benches surrounded by vines, dirt trails covered in leaves, and more. Here are the wildlife prompts in this packet:
How is a bridge that takes you across a stream similar to school?
What is it like to walk in a forest?
Are spiders scary?
Does a leaf have a birth and a death?
How does a tree keep from falling over?
How does a moth know to hide on a tree that it looks like?
Are bugs dangerous?
Why are flowers blue and yellow and red and pink?
Do bugs deserve the same respect that we show elephants and eagles?
Does a tree feel pain when a branch is cut off?
Why do we need to rest?
If you would like more FALL writing activities, then look at the others in this series:
Wildlife Prompts (Fall)
Wildlife Writing (Fall)
Write about Nature (Fall)