Write about Nature introduces your students to the fall season: spiders waiting beside the trail, trees littering the ground with leaves, death and life in the forest, insects wandering around and trees stuck where they are, and more. Here are the wildlife prompts in this packet:
Why do we feel pain?
What can happen if we take the wrong path?
If a tree can be alive or dead, is it okay to chop one down?
What would you say to hungry bugs if you were a leaf?
Why do leaves fall?
Do we have to stay on the trail?
How does a spider know how to capture prey?
Why does everything have to die?
Which insect is your favorite?
Where would you go if you could go anywhere?
Which bug do you hate the most?
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)