The sweetest holiday of the year lies just around the corner! We’re sure you and your kids will enjoy these Valentine’s Day writing prompts–complete with cards, chocolate, and flowers!
1. Around the World
Write a story about a Valentine card that gets lost in the mail. Write your tale from the Valentine’s perspective.
2. Sugar, Sugar
Imagine you are on a strict diet. List five ways you could avoid eating sugary treats on Valentine’s Day.
3. That’s Amore
Describe the perfect Valentine’s dinner date for your mom and dad. Where would they go, and what would they eat? Would it be fancy or casual? Describe the music, the table setting, the decorations, and the view.
4. Where Have All the Flowers Gone?
On the night of February 13, every last flower mysteriously disappeared from all the florist shops in town! As the most talented reporter for the Bridgeport News, you have been assigned to cover this story. Write the first paragraph of an article for the front page of the morning news.
5. It Takes Two
In poetry, a “romantic couplet” is formed by two lines with rhyming words at the end. Write one or two romantic couplets about someone who was born or married on Valentine’s Day.
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