Do you use writing prompts with your elementary students? I use them from preschool on up, even if they can’t write it out themselves. Since my middles have finally mastered reading, we are now working on sentences. It is a slow, gradual process, but we will get there. Even if they can’t completely write out their own sentences, we can still work on their creative writing skills. I will simply have them dictate their stories to me and write them down. That way, we can at least keep a record of their creativity and how that changes and improves.
These winter themed writing prompts are perfect for Kindergarten thru 5th grade. You can use the pages as they are and simply give them extra lined pages to complete their stories, or have them use their own paper. The writing prompts include the four different styles of writing in fun topics that elementary kids will enjoy.
The prompts are not organized by type, but you can easily print them and divide them up yourself. The writing prompts cover narrative, descriptive, expository and persuasive writing styles.
Included in this Set
- 64 Winter Themed Writing prompts
- Narrative Prompts
- Descriptive Prompts
- Expository Prompts
- Persuasive Prompts
Don’t forget to follow our Winter board on Pinterest for more great ideas.
There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed Some Snow!The Biggest Snowman EverLittle Critter: Just a SnowmanThe Snowy DayAnimals in WinterThe MittenThe First Day of WinterThe Itsy Bitsy SnowmanBiscuit’s Snowy Day
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