Writing something from scratch can be a challenging for most. Mix that in with other elements that make a great piece and it can become messy and frustrating for some kids. However, with these new monthly writing prompt posts, I will aim to provide something interesting (age and topic appeal will vary from month to month) with some notes and structured boundaries to help guide your students to write something that consists of more than two lines.
Because I absolutely LOVE doing writing lessons like these, I want to share more with you during this year 2020. So, I'm going to make it a monthly habit to give you a visual writing prompt FREE with some implementation suggestions. You can sign up to my newsletter to stay updated when the free monthly writing prompt is available.
Gary discovered that his groundhog friend, Chuck, is missing from his burrow.
Visual prompt provided in this post too.
This particular mystery prompt would be great writing activity to do around Groundhog day. Use this mystery writing prompt to see what ideas your students come up with about 'what could have happened to Gary's groundhog friend?'
Suddenly, the cat was very concerned!
Use this mystery prompt (read on for the visual to go with this prompt) to see what ideas your students come up with about 'what could have happened?' This particular prompt will make for a great writing center activity during the Halloween season.
A 21st century School Teacher, Mother, and Wife.
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