Make practicing writing fun and EASY with this FREE printable December writing prompts. This creative writing prompts calendar is perfect for kids in Kindergarten, first graders, 2nd graders, 3rd graders, and 4th graders. Simply print pdf file with Christmas writing prompts and you are ready to sneak in some fun practice this holiday season!
December Writing Prompts
December is a fun and busy time of year. It is the time when anxious little students are too busy dreaming of the holidays to sit still for school. One subject that is the most challenging for kids who look forward to holiday fun is writing. Writing takes a certain amount of patience and it requires one to sit still and concentrate. So to keep up with writing skills during this time, print our December Writing Prompts, which will engage their minds and encourage writing.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love these no prep free Christmas writing prompts to help sneak in some practice writing while having fun! These are perfect for extra practice, literacy centers in your classroom, as part of a Christmas theme, or as a a supplement to your homeschool writing curriculum.
Christmas Writing Prompts
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Whether you are looking for December writing prompts 2nd grade, or December writing prompts kindergarten, second grade, or December writing prompts for 1st grade, or even December writing prompts 3rd grade – you will love this handy free printable to make it simple around Christmas.
1. Provide Writing Prompts: Providing writing prompts will decrease writing stress by giving the child a topic to write about. One challenge of writing for many children is simply coming up with topics to write about. Writing prompts will eliminate that challenge and perhaps encourage a child to come up with more ideas of her own!
2. Free Writing without Editing First: Writing can be intimidating to children. Faced with a blank page they may be more concerned about spelling and grammar then getting thoughts on a page. Allow your child to simply write without the stress of editing. This will allow the child to get her thoughts on the page first. Once all her thoughts are on the page then gently go over it and edit.
3. Praise and Encourage: Once your child has completed free writing and before editing, make sure to praise the child for her ability to get her thoughts on paper. You may have to allow your child to tell you the story so you can write it first. This method is fine and worthy of praise as well. For the final writing have your child write it neatly and display it.
Christmas Activities for Kids
Looking for more free printable worksheets and epic Christmas Activities for kids? Check these out:
- Holiday Tree Letter Find Christmas Worksheets
- FUN Rudolph Race Game
- Free Christmas Alphabet Game
- Super cute Free Printable Christmas Worksheets for prek-2nd graders
- Gingerbread Christmas Alphabet Game
- Free printable Christmas Scavenger Hunt
- Color by Hundreds Chart Christmas Worksheets
- Christmas Worksheets for going around the world in December
- Free Christmas Games Pictionary
- Christmas Dot to Dot Printables
- BINGO – a printable Free Christmas Games
- 12 Days of Christmas Coloring Pages
- Free Christmas Worksheets for Preschool – HUGE pack of super cute pages!
- Decorate the Gingerbread House – Christmas Patterns with Playdough
- Grow your own tree with this Christmas Science Experiments
- 200 EPIC Christmas Crafts and Activities
- Amazing Puffy Snow Paint
- Easy Paper Strip Christmas Tree Ornament Craft
- Stunning Melted Crayon Ornaments
- 31 December Activities for Kids
- How to Make Salt Dough Christmas Ornaments
- Christmas Tree Playdough Mats
- Snowman Handprint Ornament – super cute keepsake craft
- Growing Candy Canes – a magical Christmas Activity for kids with FREE printable!
- Christmas Word Family Activities
- Make learning fun in December with this Santa’s Sleigh CVC Word Christmas Worksheets
- Free Christmas Playdough Mats
- Hands-on Christmas Patterns Activities
- Christmas Tree Mat to practice counting with playdough
- Free Hat Craft for a fun Preschool Christmas Crafts
- Best Gingerbread Cookie Recipe – soft cookie!
- Our families traditional Wassail Recipe with apple cider, pineapple juice, and spices!
- Melt-in-your-Mouth Best Sugar Cookie Recipe
- Amazing Snickers Cookies
- Delicious Yeastless Bread
- Best ever Twice Baked Potatoes with cream cheese and bacon on top
December calendar writing prompts
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