Wildlife Writing introduces your students the Fall Season with leaf-filled paths, wandering spiders, ants seeking food, dragonflies keeping watch, moths taking a break, trees reaching toward the skies, leaves attacked by insects, and more. Here are the wildlife prompts in this packet:
Is it wrong to kill?
Have you ever wished that you could fly?
Is one tiny ant important?
Who helps you when you struggle?
What goals and dreams do you have about your future?
Where do you hide when you are scared?
Are you dangerous?
What is the purpose of life?
Is it better to be a soft leaf or a hard wood?
Is it okay to kill a tree in order to create a bridge?
What gives you peace?
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)