Christmas writing prompts let kids describe cookie-baking, write an acrostic poem, and more!
A dozen Thanksgiving writing prompts to inspire homeschool kids and teens!
Gratitude writing prompts help children and teens focus on the gifts of family, friends, and creation.
Use writing prompts as a standalone tool or alongside your homeschool writing program.
Fun writing prompts about magical hats, coats, shoes, and sunglasses help kids imagine wild adventures with surprising twists!
Kids will love drawing a cat comic strip using only pictures and sound words like “purr,” “splat,” and “whiz”.
Persuasive essay prompts help teens develop clear opinions and strong supporting arguments.
From deep-fried foods to carousel rides, kids will explore all the excitement of a state fair!
Take a walk outside and observe your surroundings! This writing prompt encourages you to sharpen your observation skills and practice your descriptive writing!
Have a “blast” with this month’s printable writing prompt as you write about a trampoline bounce that goes terribly wrong!
Students can write a review, create a memorable film character, plan a hero’s perfect weapon, and compare a movie to the original book.
Imagine new adventures digging up dinosaur bones, heading to sports camp, or planning a staycation!
Like many fairy tales, these fun writing prompts also feature things that come in threes!
Reluctant writers describe frosty treats, invent a game, frolic with fireflies, and plan a vacation.
Children can imagine and describe an original ice cream flavor that makes their taste buds tingle!