Slides, swings, and playing tag. What are some of the things you do when you’re on the playground?
This writing prompt is all about a best friend. Ideal for a fun kindergarten writing activity, but can be used for other grades as appropriate.
In my family there are lots of people…. The person I am closest to in my family is… These are just a few of the ways to find out more about families. Use this writing prompt and see what ypou find out about your students!
Hockey, football, or board games are all fun to play. What is your favorite game and why do you love it? Your students can tell you all about it when they are given this prompt to write about!
Exciting prompts get rave reviews from young writers. Writing about dinosaurs will spur the imagination and get your students fired up about creative writing!
This creative kindergarten writing prompt is sure to create some conversation with your child or classroom! Kids write about what it would be like to live in an upside down town!
One day you come across a magic door. What would you want to see? Where would you want to go? The possibilities are endless as young students dream about magic places.
In this worksheet your student will draw and write about something with stripes. This fun writing prompt encourages your student’s creativity while they practice learning to communicate through writing and drawing.
What can we say about vegetables? I bet your students will have alot to say when they let you in on what they love and hate about different vegetables!
Tell me, tell me what do you see? Have students stop for a few minutes and really study their surroundings, then ask them to write all about it. I bet you will see things you never noticed before after reading their papers!
There are great memories ahead in this kindergarten writing prompt! Students write about their best day on this colorful activity page. Designed for kindergarten age ranges but can be used as appropriate.
Is it from the sky? Does it come from a faucet? Or does it grow on trees? Students will have a blast learning where we get our water as they write this paragraph! Thinking skills will be in full force as they research where it really comes from!
A fun activity where students write a story about something they did with their mother!
What would you like to be for Halloween? What would your costume look like? Write a description of your costume in the space provided on the worksheet, and then draw a picture of your costume in the box!