Third Grade Creative Writing Prompts
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Writing Story Pictures Write a creative stories to describe what's happening in these pictures.
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Write a story about a kid who goes trick-or-treating. If we had a Halloween party in class, what would you want to see?
Do you have any favorite Halloween writing prompts?
Have fun with these Halloween themed writing prompts. If you’re looking for more Halloween ideas for your classroom, you can check out Halloween Lesson Ideas for Grades 9-12 or Halloween Classroom Activities for All Grades.
If you could design a haunted house, what would you name it? Describe, in detail, 3 of the best rooms in your haunted house.
These writing prompts can be used in a number of ways: One added advantage to TTC’s “Daily Writing Prompt” is that they can easily be displayed through an LCD projector in your classroom.For many students, the most difficult part of writing is facing the blank page.The following grade level appropriate writing prompts provide plenty of inspiration to help your students get started on a number of different writing assignments.July Writing Prompts - Prompts include: the first Zeppelin, U. Independence Day, Apollo 11 and living on the moon, Sesame Street, Fingerprints, patents and more.August Writing Prompts - Writing prompt topics include: signing of the Declaration of Independence, National Joke Day, Amelia Earhart, Speech, and much more.When writing an opinion essay, students should clearly state their opinion, then back it up with sound reasons and facts.Opinion essays should close the essay with a concluding paragraph and a summary of the argument.May Writing Prompts - Teacher Appreciation, Cinco de Mayo, Lewis & Clark, World No Tobacco Day, and more.June Writing Prompts - Donut Day, Henry Ford and the first car, Donald Duck, Anne Frank, the 'Happy Birthday' song, and more.October Writing Prompts - Writing prompts include: Comic Strips, Fast Food, Earthquakes, International Red Cross, the Stock Market Crash of '29. November Writing Prompts - Prompts include: Daniel Boone, Elections, Basketball, the invention of the X-Ray, Women's Rights, Mickey Mouse's Birthday, the Gettysburg Address, and more.December Writing Prompts - Writing prompt topics include: Rosa Parks, the phonograph and CD's, Human Rights Day, Snow and the first day of winter, and more.