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Spring Writing Prompts for April

Kids will have fun writing this spring with these free printable, April Writing Prompts. These spring writing promtps are in a convenient printable calendar to encourage kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students to keep writing during springtime. Simply download pdf file with writing promtps for spring and you are ready to play and learn!

Kids will have fun writing this spring with these free printable, April Writing Prompts. These spring writing promtps are in a convenient printable calendar to encourage kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th grade students to keep writing during springtime. Simply download pdf file with writing promtps for spring and you are ready to play and learn!

Spring Writing Prompts

Spring has come around again. Kids once again will be more interested in splashing in puddles and swinging at the park than writing. Keeping their attention can be a challenge. One great way is to provide fun writing prompts. These spring writing prompts will challenge your child to write stories, write a letter, things he or she is thankful fo and more! The variety of writing promtps for spring will keep kids engaged and ready to write. Whether you are a parent, teachers, or homeschooler – you will love this convenient calendar filled with April writing prompts to keep kids writing all month long! This writing prompts for April is a great tool for kindergarteners, grade 1, grade 2, grade 3, grade 4, garde 5, and grade 6.

Writing Prompts for Spring

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April Writing Prompts

Download your free writing prompts printable. Place it where your children will see it so they can get to work right away at writing time. I love having it readily available so the kids can start the day writing while I get school ready or have a cup of coffee.

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Writing Prompts for April

  • For younger students allow them to draw a picture to go along with the writing prompt.
  • Turn the writing prompts into an opportunity to learn speech by having your child present her story.
  • For an added grammar lesson have your child mark verbs, nouns, adjectives, etc. Perhaps you can ask your child to make sure her writing has a certain number of adjectives.
  • Have your older children edit their own work.
  • For fun, allow children to write a story together or read each other’s when finished and give alternative endings.
  • Perhaps you can list vocabulary words or spelling words and challenge your child to use as many possible in her writing.

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FREE April Writing Prompts - make practicing writing fun with these creative writing prompt ideas for spring! Use this printable calendar with kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade students

April Writing Challenge

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Richele

Richele is a homeschool mom and Orton-Gillingham Tutor with a collegiate background in educational psychology. She uses her 15 years of homeschool experience to encourage, teach, and entertain on her site Talking Mom 2 Mom.

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  • This was very interesting. I’ve never done these types of activities before looking forward to seeing what my kids write. Thanks

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