Spring has sprung! Assess your students’ writing with these spring-themed writing prompts for mid-upper elementary. This 18-page file includes narrative, descriptive, and persuasive writing prompts (5 of each) with lined paper and an additional lined page to print on the back. PLUS, review the difference between narrative, descriptive, and persuasive writing with a flower-themed notes page for your students!
3 Types of Writing Student Notes
Narrative Prompt 1: Fresh start or something new
Narrative Prompt 2: Memorable spring break
Narrative Prompt 3: Spring fever
Narrative Prompt 4: Showers & storms
Narrative Prompt 5: Family vacation
Descriptive Prompt 1: Perfect spring Saturday
Descriptive Prompt 2: Spring holidays
Descriptive Prompt 3: Favorite outdoor space
Descriptive Prompt 4: Picnic by the lake (picture)
Descriptive Prompt 5: Fishing on the dock (picture)
Persuasive Prompt 1: Pets at school?
Persuasive Prompt 2: City or country?
Persuasive Prompt 3: Ice cream party?
Persuasive Prompt 4: Gardens at school?
Persuasive Prompt 5: Mandatory recess?
Blank Lined Paper (for back page of prompts)
SUGGESTIONS FOR USE:
• Quick writes
• Timed writing
• Sub assignments
• Extra credit
• Write and share (oral reading)
Written in American English.