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Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)

Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7)
Product Description
Writing Bundle: 141 Seasonal Prompts (Grades 3-7).

You're never out of season with this plethora of printable prompts. From the county fair to winter ice fishing, these self-directed worksheets keep the class wondering exactly how many of these you have.

• 141 Prompts on 40 Worksheets.
• Includes 4 editing & 4 grammar worksheets.
• Download zipped in PDF & editable Word.

With adult guidance, these writing prompts support 78% of Common Core Writing Standards for grades 3-7.

• Click links for full previews:

A) 33 Autumn Writing Prompts

Paragraph Basics
• Swimming pool made of grape Jello-O.
• Choose a topic.
• Assemble a paragraph.

• County fair roller coaster.
• Cotton candy clown.

• Thanksgiving package.
• Choose a topic.

• Explain Rube Goldberg's light bulb.
• How to remove a classroom fly.
• President Kennedy's quote.
• How to get kindergarteners to get along.
• Rules a bus driver should know.

• Jack's new way to get to school.
• Deer photography trip.
• Randolph's big day at Feline Spa & Resort.
• Airplane tennis anyone?

• Good ship Lollipop renovation.
• Captain Bligh and the HMS Bounty.
• Deserted island or forest wilderness?

• Unknown restaurant guest.
• Standing in line for something?
• Sounds from a lunch bag.
• Lynn captured by butterflies.
• An ocean with no fish.
• My parents gave me $20.

• Tomb of the Unknowns and monuments.
• What impresses you about America?
• What would you show George Washington in America today?

• Early morning balloon ride.
• Living on the tundra.
• 12th Annual Funny Dog Show.

• The history of Labor Day.

B) 33 Winter Writing Prompts

Subordinate Conjunctions
• Vacuuming dirt from an igloo.
• Choose a topic sentence.
• Assemble a paragraph.

• Glenda the snow troll.
• Squirrels on a snow vacation.

• Downhill skiing final race.
• Lost on a trail with an unnerving feeling.

• Martin Luther King: excellent speaker.
• Ruby Bridges' courage.
• Rosa Parks' non-violent protest.

• Dog sled team relaxing poolside.
• Night watchperson lost in castle.
• Snowed-in on a snow day.
• You go first Uncle Phil.

• Randolph the other reindeer.
• Tia & Theo find a forest pet.
• Chuckles the clown interviews for a party.
• A persuasive real estate agent.

• Ice fishing derby.
• Tug on the fishing line.
• Hunger at the fishing derby.
• Gene & Neil like to fish.
• Walt fishing in a pothole.
• Pile of snow.

• Abraham Lincoln's quote.
• President Grant's speeding ticket.
• Chester Arthur's 80 pants and midnight strolls.
• President Harrison's fear of light switches.

• Sweden's Ice Hotel.
• Ray's snow giants.
• Antarctica research station.
• Car phone.

• Iditarod Dog Sled Race.

C) 35 Spring Writing Prompts

• Rafting on the Salmon River.
• Choose a topic sentence.
• Assemble a paragraph.

• Nick & Greg make a movie.
• Grandpa Al and brother Frank ride Penny Farthings.

• Cara's big catch.
• Maya vs. Brussels sprouts.
• Presidential chauffeur.

• April Fools protocol.
• The perfect joke.
• Daylight Savings Time.
• Mother's Day.

• Cousin Doug catches a mermaid.
• Skittles has a plan.
• Principal McPhee speaks.
• Dr. Lyttle to the rescue.
• How to be a good household pet.

• Hot vs. cold.
• Life on other planets?
• Flexible school days.
• Persuading James it's bedtime.

• Teachers play a joke.
• Balancing rocks.
• Shopping carts and a car.
• Dancing cobra.
• Short-horn cattle.
• Miguel's April Fools idea.

• The Oregon Trail.
• Pony Express challenges.
• Action at the Pony Express station.

• Wildland firefighters.
• Tour of California bike race.
• Cliff swallows return.
• Stormy day in Mountrail County.

• Lewis & Clark.

D) 40 Summer Writing Prompts

Parenthetical Expression
• 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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