Kids will love drawing a cat comic strip using only pictures and sound words like “purr,” “splat,” and “whiz”.
Have your student choose an item from each box and create a story. It can be serious or fun-filled and whimsical!
It’s Valentine’s Day Eve, and all the flowers have disappeared from the shops. Use this free printable to write a news story to investigate the mystery!
You wake up in a magical place called Birthdayland. Describe your wonderful birthday experience!
This free printable paint chip writing prompt takes its inspiration from vibrant, creative color names!
To prove their mom is the best, kids will both persuade and describe using this Mother’s Day printable.
Kids can write about something from nature that reminds them of Christ’s resurrection.
Your favorite candy store is hiring children! Write a letter explaining why you should get the job.
Kids will have a blast imagining which wild or wacky zoo animal would make the best sort of pet!
Invite kids to invent a new holiday celebrating one special person. Whom will they choose?
With this free printable tree house writing prompt, kids can plan four favorite features of their dream tree house.
7 ways to celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day. Includes free printable poetry bookmarks!
Free Proverbs 16:16 printable writing prompt to download
Using this printable story prompt, kids pick several words from the list and spin exciting tales!
The third Monday in January we remember Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his contribution to our country. In 1963 he delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech in Washington, D.C. After reading or listening to his speech, have your children write their own "I...