Here are some ready-to-use writing activities with a spring theme for your first or second graders! Spring Draw and Write Prompts can be used for guided writing lessons, for writing centers, for a spring writing journal, or as an extra activity for early finishers. Drawing about the prompt prior to writing helps students focus on the topic and organize thoughts as a “pre-writing” activity. Each prompt is on a page with clip art in a space for drawing at the top and writing lines at the bottom. A second full writing page is provided with coordinating clip art for those students who can write more.
Here are the specific prompts included in this resource:
How do you know when it’s spring?
Is today’s weather more like a lion or a lamb?
What is your favorite thing to do on a rainy day?
Who is in the puddle?
What did you find at the end of the rainbow?
What will come out of these eggs when they hatch?
What would you like to grow in a garden?
What sport do you like to watch or play in the spring?
What happens to the kite when someone lets go of the string?
What magical powers does this umbrella have?
Bonus Blank Drawing/Writing Pages: Type in and print your own writing prompt!
Bonus Cover: Use this as a journal or writing book cover.
The featured graphics are by Whimsy Clips and My Cute Graphics. The fonts used are Hello Fonts by Jen Jones.
The thumbnails provide a sneak peak of the pages included. Please download the preview to see each page in more detail.
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