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30 Expository Writing Prompts 4th Grade

New Expository Writing Prompts That Help 4th Graders Prepare for Middle School As students get older, teachers expect their writing to grow in both substance and in form.  Fourth grade students who are preparing for middle school should write better sentences, paragraphs with clear ideas

30 New 3rd Grade Writing Prompts

3rd Grade Writing Prompts on Compassion and Charity
 Third grade is a big year for many students—they’re finally older than the “little kids,” but they’re still not quite old enough to be considered “tweens” or the “middle school kids.”  As a result, third grade can

30 Descriptive Writing Prompts

Descriptive Writing Prompts to Teach Kids about Storytelling Storytelling is a long and time-honored tradition—and it’s one that, in today’s world, is especially enjoyed and practiced by children.  From excited retellings of the day’s most important events to poring over their favorite chapter book series,

30 New 2nd Grade Writing Prompts

Second Grade Writing Prompts for Young Students Who are New to Writing
— Journaling can be a refreshing practice for people of all ages, but it’s healing powers are harnessed especially well when the habit is developed early on.  Students who begin journaling when they

15 Persuasive Writing Prompts for Elementary Students 

Practicing persuasive writing helps kids become accustomed to stating their appeals and offering evidence for their arguments. This exercise also helps students understand how other people attempt to persuade them—whether it is a friend, classmate, or through advertising and the media. With an understanding of

23 Writing Prompts About Yourself

Sometimes it can be quite a challenge to get kids to write. One idea to engage the interest of children and students is to ask them to write about themselves. Writing about “Yourself” is an interesting topic for kids of all ages because, well… it’s

19 Winter Writing Prompts for Kids

Winter is a stunning season that is loaded with lots of outdoor fun. Children especially love this season, and they often enjoy outdoor activities such as sledding, skiing, skating, snowball fights and building snowmen and making snow angels. But for those chilly winter days spent inside the home, writing

30 Narrative Writing Prompts for Second Grade

By the time students reach second grade, they’ve likely had some practice writing small narratives and learning about the elements of storytelling.  Many second graders are capable of recounting a story from beginning to end, including an introduction, basic plot, simple description of the

30 Narrative Writing Prompts for 1st Grade

As young students begin reading more on their own and learning how to write their own sentences and paragraphs, teachers may begin teaching the principles of narrative writing.  Narrative writing tells a story and typically includes an introduction, plot, setting, characters, climax, and conclusion
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