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!