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February Writing Prompts Calendar

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Make coming up with creative writing prompts easy and FUN with this free printable February Writing Prompts Calendar for kids of all ages!

FREE February Writing Prompts Calendar - make coming up with creative writing prompts quick and easy with this free printable. Tons of FUN ideas for kids of all ages to write about. #february #writingprompts #creativewritingprompts

But I don’t know what to write about.

Is that the response you hear when you assign writing to your child? It can be hard for a child to sit in front of a blank piece of paper waiting for inspiration to hit. How can you encourage your child to get that first word on the page?

The February Writing Prompts Calendar is a great way to provide your child topics to encourage inspiration.

Take a peak at all our FREE creative writing prompts for elementary age kids!

February Writing Prompts Calendar

Monday through Friday during the month of February children will enjoy some of the fun facts and birthdays on the calendar that will give some interesting writing topics.

For example, on February 27th in 1807 Henry Wadsworth Longfellow was born. Children are asked to look up some of his poems and then write their own.

On February 6th the children learn that February is National Dental Month. The writing assignment that day is to write a how-to on taking care of your teeth. Children are often instructed to look up more information and write about what they learned. Each day provides topics your child will love to write about!


Helping Your Child Write

Some children may experience a little difficulty even with prompts. In that case simply have a discussion of the topic presented. Encourage your child to give an answer orally. Once your child feel comfortable have her write what she expressed verbally. If needed, you can have your child dictate her thoughts to you. Both methods will build your child’s confidence and eventually she will take that pencil and do it all on her own.


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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.

1 Comment

  • I want to thank you for all the work you do on these lesson. It has been a great help to me to be able to look through them and get ideas.

    Thanks Again,

    Traci Beckham
    SPED Teacher

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