Writing Prompt Worksheets
Need something to get you started? These worksheets will get your little
pen-smiths going. Writing prompts are conversation starters that will direct students to share their feelings or knowledge about a topic and at the same time they get to practice their writing skills. Sometimes it just takes a shove to get the information pouring out of you. As you will see below, we have writing prompts available for all types of grade levels. These worksheets are great for students or teachers that are looking for extra writing practice.
Prompts give us a starting point. They don't decide on the journey, the writer does. Writing prompts can be super helpful when you stuck or have a bit of writer's block. All you need to do is dream about where these thoughts are going. You are starting to see more writing prompts on standard assessments. The education world is slowly realizing that communicating in an effective means is often more important in school than the actual content. These writing prompts will cover all grade levels, you just need to print them and go.
Fourth Grade Creative Writing Prompts - 4th grade is the time that we explore how to persuade others through your written communication. Students start to realize how much advertising they see each day.
8th Grade Writing Prompts - By the 8th grade students are ready to write for purpose and have a good handle on the use of grammar and language in general.
Grade 10 Writing Prompts - At this level, students are ready to prepare and execute a reasonable argument entirely on their own.
Opinion Writing Prompts - When students are lacking some creativity, these worksheets are great to get those juices flowing again.
Picture Sentences - Students will see an image and write what they think is going on.
Task Based Writing - The goal here is to make something happen or not happen, depends on the task.
Technology Assisted Writing - The first time students works with competent word processor software, they want to throw out their pens and pencils.