If you were a bird, what would you do all day? Send me an email at hi[at]jeremydavid. Which is your favourite season and why? What would you do if you were stranded in the woods with no phone or electronics of any kind. What are you going to teach the rest of the class about?
My dad said it is not right to take something that isn't mine. Explain what it means to show respect to your teachers and parents.
How to read, write, spell, and learn other pieces of information. We had to call my dad and he came to pick us up. What are you scared of? Why do people keep diaries and what sort of things do they write about?
What is your earliest memory?
If you decided to run away and join a band of pirates, what might it be like? Invent and write about a really scary school dinner lady. What would you expect to see? Write about losing your first tooth.
Where would the hole end up, what would it look like? Tell about the very first Christmas that you remember. We must always think of other people and what they need.
Do you like reading the most?
Make a list of the things you are most thankful for in your life. Write about a trick you would like to play on your mom. Write about losing your first tooth. Tell me what you really like about where you live. Go into your room and tell me about an item you can see in there.
Imagine you have a friend who lives miles away and who is coming to stay with you for a week.
Imagine if a smelly skunk wanted to join a rock band. Write about what might be in the box. Write about something in your house that no one else knows about.© BERKELEY COUNTY SCHOOL 2ND & 3RD GRADE WRITING FOLDER 1 Second and Third Grade Writing Folder.
© BERKELEY COUNTY SCHOOL 2ND & 3RD GRADE WRITING FOLDER 1 Second and Third Grade Writing Folder. Writing Prompts for Kids When I was in 6th grade, I had a wonderful language arts teacher named Mrs. Reinhardt. Each morning, she would write a writing prompt on the chalkboard as a warm up exercise.
Daily Writing Prompts Creative Writing Prompts for every day of the year. You will find that our prompts are written for different grade levels. We hope to continue to adding new creative writing prompts that will meet the needs of both primary and intermediate students. You may find that some of them don’t explicitly state that days event.
Second Grade Writing Prompts for Young Students Who are New to Writing — J ournaling 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.
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.Download