Fresh spring writing prompts your kids will love

 

These fresh spring writing prompt are the perfect encouragement to help your children fill their writing notebooks with the sights, smells, and sounds of the season.

It’s spring! And these fresh spring writing prompts are the perfect encouragement to help your children fill their writing notebooks with the sights, smells, and sounds of the season.

1. A Bug’s Life

Imagine that your family has planned a picnic in the park. Describe this picnic from an insect’s point of view.

2. Rain, Rain, Go Away!

Storm clouds and wet weather often blow in during the spring. Write a paragraph about three fun things you could do on a rainy day.

3. A Rose by Any Other Name

Choose any flower to describe yourself. Make a list of at least five things you and this flower have in common.

4. Fine-feathered Story

It’s time to put your storytelling skills to work! Write a story using at least three of the following words: hen, egg, chick, airplane, goggles, parachute, hang glider, seeds.

5. New Beginnings

Spring is a time of new beginnings. Write a note to a friend who has made mistakes in the past but wants to make a fresh start. What advice would you give to your friend?

Did you enjoy these spring writing prompts? Be sure to check back each week for more Writing Prompt Wednesdays!

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