Writing Prompts for Beginners

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In the Land of Teaching
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K - 1st, Homeschool
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This is a wonderful resource. The visuals are very helpful when teaching students sentence structure.


Beginners Opinion Writing Practice. Get your kiddos to start sharing their opinion (and provide supporting reasons) with these print-and-go sheets. These opinion responses can be used in conjunction with any theme or text you are reading. Choose the printable that best fits your theme. Each printable has a picture prompt that matches the words. Most prompts are one word, this is so that you can have the flexibility to make up different verbs that go along with each noun.

I have included two entire pages with instructions on how to use these picture prompts! These picture prompts are simple and provide lots of flexibility for prompting students to write about different actions without having to prep more!

This pack includes ONE EDITABLE template so that you can add your own pictures. The embedded font to use above the picture you insert is by Hello Fonts, it's called "I Heart You." You can download it FREE at Hello Literacy.

Opinion Writing Prompts for all Year!

Distance Learning


  • Categorized Lists of Topics

These topics include ANIMALS, TRANSPORTATION, FOOD, COMMUNITY HELPERS, WEATHER and SEASONS, and a "BONUS" category, which includes a mixtures of different topics. There are 226 writing pages, which include 113 topics! This packet includes two writing options for differentiation. The first option provides students with a sentence frame that they can trace and fill in the blanks to complete the sentence.The second option is blank to use with your more advanced kids.

  • Three Adjectives Anchor Charts

You can digitally display these on the board or you can enlarge and print.

  • Four Graphic Organizers

To use for organizing adjectives.

  • A blank EDITABLE Writing Page Template

Add your own pictures and words to this page to create your own topic.

We worked on these prompts with my kiddos every Wednesday. We called it "Would You Rather Wednesday." This was fun for them! They enjoyed the topics and the writing a lot. I hope your kids do too!


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Kindergarten, Intervention, small groups, adjectives, anchor charts.

Total Pages
235 pages
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Lifelong tool
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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to compose opinion pieces in which they tell a reader the topic or the name of the book they are writing about and state an opinion or preference about the topic or book (e.g., My favorite book is...).
With guidance and support from adults, respond to questions and suggestions from peers and add details to strengthen writing as needed.


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