20 printable writing prompts to help your students write imagined narratives. Instead of using words to guide student writing, these activities provide students with a wordless prompt, six images on a page. On the first page, students see pictures of a girl playing the violin, wind-blown trees, two shoes, a lounging lizard, a rain cloud, and a woman holding a newspaper over her head to stay dry in a storm. This story will include rain, but will the main character be the girl or the lizard or the lady? That is up to your writers. On the second page, students see a picture of a boy kicking a soccer ball, a barking dog, the sun shining, a pile of logs, a dragonfly reading a book, and a boy cutting the grass. Who is the main character and how does s/he interact with the others on this sunny day?
Twenty lessons to use as a whole-class activity or for homework, in a literacy center or for early finishers. Take a look at the Preview to see a few sample pages.
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Divergent Thinking Writing Prompts
Writing about Nature
Make a List
Descriptive Writing: Butterflies, Birds, Bees and more
Asking Questions about Wildlife
Describe Ten Things You See
Using Nature Photos to Write a Story
Write Opinions about Wildlife
Writing on a Rainy Day
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