Free printable Christmas story starter

by | Dec 19, 2018 | Writing & Journal Prompts

Jingle is not your ordinary Christmas bell!

This little bell has spent the last five Christmases in a forgotten, dust-covered box. But this year, Jingle experiences something very different!

Keep kids writing over the holidays with a free printable Christmas story starter about a jingle bell that has been trapped for in a box for 5 years!

Click the image above to download the Christmas Bell writing prompt. If you would like to share this free printable Christmas story starter with others, please link to this post. Do not link directly to the PDF file.

Keep Your Students Writing This Christmas

Break up your routine or add punch and variety to holiday-season writing lessons by occasionally offering Christmas Mini-Builders. Use them in addition to or instead of a daily writing activity.

Looking for more ways to get your kids writing over the holidays? Come back next week for some great Christmas prompts. Meanwhile, browse our huge collection of writing prompts here!

Keep kids writing over the holidays with a free printable Christmas story starter about a jingle bell that has been trapped for in a box for 5 years!

6 Comments

  1. Joyfulmomof6

    Thank you for this! My 7 year old son loved this

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  2. Kim Kautzer

    You’re so welcome! I’m glad he had fun with it.

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  3. Hollie

    Writing does seem like an uphill battle; my ten year old nephew loathes writing and reading. Hopefully these writing activities will help him enjoy both activities.

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    • Kim Kautzer

      Simple writing prompts with creative themes can definitely spark interest in kids who find writing stressful! I hope your nephew loves this activity, Hollie. If he does, you might also be interested in getting him the whole collection of 40 Prrintable Writing Prompts.

      Reply
  4. Hollie

    Thank you Kim; I truly hope this prompt really sparks something! I’ve been his home school instructor for five years and in those years I’ve learned a lot about my Isaac: He likes structure and doesn’t mind worksheets at all but he detests reading aloud and writing.

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    • Kim Kautzer

      What a gift you are to him! It might help to read some of our articles on teaching reluctant writers. I’m sure you can find some tips that will encourage both of you!

      https://writeshop.com/category/reluctant-writers/

      Reply

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