First Grade Writing Prompts
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First-Grade Writing Prompts Bundle includes 200+ pages of structured and guided writing prompts! For every month of the school year, 20 exciting & engaging writing prompts are available for First Grade! Here’s what you’lll get for every month — a writing pack chocked full of goodies including themed-based writing prompts to help students write their own superhero story, describe a thrilling adventure, and record their opinions on a variety of topics, plus, they’ll practice comparing and contrasting, play games and so much more! With our creative design and unique topics, our writing prompts for kids will help your students put pen to paper and get those innovative ideas flowing!
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⭐Simple, Low-Prep Format
⭐Interactive & Hands-On
⭐Meets or Exceeds Standards
⭐Multiple Students & Abilities
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First Grade Writing Prompts
Our First Grade Writing Prompts Bundle contains simple, no-prep writing activities and is the perfect way to get a reluctant writer's creative juices flowing! Every month there are 20 pages of themed-based writing activities that will make learning engaging, entertaining, and educational all at the same time! Plus, each monthly pack includes first-grade guided writing journals for kids to write about their exciting adventures.
Covers Key Standards & Skills
Kids learn the following writing stages:
Each monthly pack includes 20 First-Grade Daily Writing Prompts:
- Opinion Writing Prompts
- Informative Writing Prompts
- Creative Writing Prompts
- Narrative Writing Prompts
- Final Draft Writing Paper
Writing prompts worksheets include:
- Would You Rather...?
- How To Make...
- Narrative Story Prompts
- Character Map
- Research Report Layer Book
- Research Report Fact Flipper
- "If..." Narrative Prompts
- Fantastic Fairytales
- Then vs. Now
- Comic Adventure
- Compare and Contrast Venn Diagram
Print & Go Curriculum!
How to Use:
This program has been developed to cut the prep-time down to a minimum. Simply print and go! For 4 days a week, Monday through Thursday, daily writing prompts will print in the order outlined on the included monthly calendar. All of the writing prompts are self-explanatory, however, it's helpful to review expectations with your students ahead of time. NOTE: Animal Research Fact Flippers are designed to be cut out, stacked, and stapled together. On Fridays, your students will choose their favorite writing prompt of the week and revise, edit, and publish their writing on the final draft worksheet provided.
If Narrative Writing Prompts
Students will use a word bank for nouns, verbs, and adjectives to tell the reader what they would do if they woke up as a cat or found a genie lamp. Some words will be advanced, take advantage of these writing prompt pages to teach kids new vocabulary words.
How to Write Journal Prompts
With a word bank, kids will practice following a sequence and keep in order by recording each step on how to catch a frog, make breakfast, wrap a present, wash your dog, and more! They'll learn the sequence of events using starter words such as first, names, then, and finally.
Animal Research Writing Prompts
Kids love animals and insects -- what better way to get their creative juices flowing by asking students to write fun facts about their favorite creatures. Children will write about an animal's diet, habitat, appearance, and special features.
Character Maps Writing Prompts
With our theme-based journal writing prompts, kids will have the ability to record all about their favorite superhero or character. Students write about any special skills, physical description, feelings and hopes, character qualities, character names, character faults, and character mottos.
Comic Book Pages Journal Writing Prompts
Kids love comic strips, why not give them a chance to write their own superhero story? There is ample room for students to write and draw about these fun characters including a title, their name, special skills, and record the problem and solution.
Compare and Contrast Writing Prompts
Teach kids how to compare objects in a similar fashion and in an opposing way. They'll answer the questions: how are they the same? how are they different? Students will record their observations for both concepts.
Fairy Tales Writing Prompts
Students will gain a ton of practice learning how to answer important questions like who, where, when, why, and what! With our First Grade writing prompts, students will write all about their fairy tale adventures and record their activities. In addition, ask children to brighten these worksheets with a ton of color!
Nonfiction Writing Prompts
Teach kids the difference between fiction and non-fiction with these interactive writing prompts. Using a word bank, students will answer questions that include many favorites and least favorites such as:
- Favorite pet
- Worst day of their life
- Favorite family vacation
- and more!
Adventure Narratives Writing Prompts
Kids learn how to answer important questions like who, where, when, why, and what! With our First Grade writing prompts, students will write all about their adventures and record their activities. In addition, ask children to bring these black and white worksheets to life as coloring pages!
Research Reports Journal
Kids love animals on the farm and sea creatures, now they can record what they observe and learn about each animal. Here's what you can expect in these adorable and fun-filled journal prompts:
- What do they look like?
- What do they eat?
- Where do they live?
- Special Features
Opinion Writing Prompts
We all have opinions and it's important that young students know their opinions matter too! Kids will have the opportunity to record their feelings and thoughts by answering questions such as:
- Which spring activity would you like back?
- Is it better to watch a movie at the theatre or at home?
- What activity do you like best?
Then and Now Comparisons Writing Prompts
Teach kids how to communicate the past and present with our then and now comparison prompts. Students will get to record how things have changed over a period of time in our history with everyday necessities and chores like keeping warm, housing, doing laundry, and more.
Grab some dice and have a ton of fun with this fun writing prompt game! Students will practice great problem-solving skills with these engaging First Grade exercises. Questions include:
- Who is the story about?
- Where are they?
- What events lead to the problem?
- What events lead to the solution?
Final Draft Journal Writing Prompts
Students will learn how to draft writing papers with these adorable monthly writing prompts! As a blank slate, these First Grade journals will allow your child's imagination and writing skills to soar as they record their final draft.
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Rebecca Holmes (verified owner) –
No writing prompts for July & August. So if you home school year round, this curriculum leaves a 2 month gap.
Kali Kinder Crew –
Diana D. –
Great resource with fun and engaging writing activities for all levels of students.
Marla Y. –
Anamaria A. –
This is exactly what I needed!
QuenOScots (verified owner) –
The writing level is a bit higher than expected – my son is in 1st grade. Writing is his trouble area which is why i picked up this bundle, but most of it we will not use this year and save for next year. I think this bundle is better suited for 2nd-3rd grade due to the narrowness of the writing lines, length of writing, needing to already know how to write a sentence, knowing how to write a paragraph, etc.
I did find the topics and material engaging and more engaging than other items I have seen on the market. I enjoyed the variety too including writing step procedures for chores and practicing some research skills for animal reports.
There was nothing designated for July and August, so if you teach year round, there is a two month gap. We moved all the animal reports to the summer as that would be a fun thing to do when its too hot to play outdoors (gets 118F here).
I would have preferred the Writing without Tears two line system instead of the typical dotted line in the middle. Writing without tears is the only system that works for my struggling kiddo and so having that line structure option in any printables especially for P-1st would be extremely helpful.
There is also an error – the chick research project has no writing lines well at least that is how mine printed.