March Writing Ideas

So many things are happening in March, why not write about them? From Dr. Seuss' birthday to Peanut Butter Lover's Day to St. Patrick's Day, the prompts listed in the worksheet are sure to spark creative writing.

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CCSS: Adaptable
Instructional Ideas

  • Have writers respond to one writing prompt a week during the month of March
  • Set sentence, grammar, punctuation, and spelling expectations for each prompt
Classroom Considerations

  • Preview each prompt and make sure all learners are capable of responding before distributing to the class
  • Prompt writing styles include narrative, persuasive, expository, and poetry
  • Requires notebook paper for writing responses
Pros

  • Comes with seven writing prompts all related to happenings during March
  • Offers different style writing prompts to choose from
Cons

  • None