Winter Writing Prompt

Using writing prompts in a fun way can spark creativity in young children. It gets them writing about a topic they may not have thought about before and helps them take notice of details. Print out this winter writing prompt and find out how you can get four more activity sheets below.

Winter writing prompt

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29 Responses to “Winter Writing Prompt”

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  1. LAMusing says:

    Fun activity for bad weather days

  2. denise low says:


    Twitter:
    Thank you for sharing. This is a great idea.

  3. Linda Manns Linneman says:


    Twitter:
    This is a great idea. My grandchildren will love this. Thank you for sharing

  4. Sarh S says:

    I’d love to use some writing prompts, I often have a hard time thinking of engaging things to write about. Thank you.

  5. Judy Thomas says:

    These are a great idea, thank you.

  6. Amin Salasa says:

    cute… gonna give a try

  7. Rosanne says:

    Good to have for all the miserable cloudy rainy days we’ve had this winter

  8. Calvin F. says:


    Twitter:
    Thanks for this useful idea.

  9. Roselle-Mendoza says:


    Twitter:
    Creative and fun, that every child will truly appreciate it , even me. thanks for posting.

  10. clojo9372 says:


    Twitter:
    This is cool! Definitely an activity to do with my nieces and nephews. ๐Ÿ™‚

  11. Sherry Fram says:

    What a great idea to encourage writing for children! My grandkids love making up stories!

  12. Jessica C. says:

    Thank you! Writing prompts are what my oldest needs!

  13. BRANDI DAWN says:


    Twitter:
    This is a clever idea. My child loves to write but she often gets bored and writes as little as she can get away with in class.

  14. violet taylor says:


    Twitter:
    oh, i really like this idea. will definitely use it.

  15. Sarah L says:


    Twitter:
    Going to have lots of snow in the next few days so winter topics are very current.

  16. Michelle StPierre says:

    These are awesome! Thank you so much!

  17. Pamela says:

    Thanks so much – I love the writing prompt and the winter-themed activity sheets!

  18. Rajee says:


    Twitter:
    So cute and I would love to print this out for my children.

  19. Maria Sarmento says:

    My kids loved the idea and they are now starting their descriptive assignment ๐Ÿ˜‰


  20. Twitter:
    This would be great for my grandson! Thanks for sharing these.
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  21. Twitter:
    This is really neat and thanks for the information and print outs!!

  22. Cynthia Mercado says:

    Thank You for these awesome writing prompts! They can be adjusted to any level.

  23. Linda E. says:

    Very cute ! Look like fun.

  24. Marilyn says:

    Adorable. Any child would enjoy this.
    Marilyn

  25. violet taylor says:


    Twitter:
    oh i like these. i want to make syories with my kids

  26. Emily Endrizzi says:

    My kids both do so much better when given a writing prompt. This one is super cute.

  27. Kristy says:

    Interesting! ๐Ÿ˜€ Super cute. I think I would get those from my little brothers!

  28. Linda Manns Linneman says:


    Twitter:
    This will be great for my grandchildren. I will be printing these off. Thank you so much for sharing

  29. Amber Ludwig says:


    Twitter:
    Super fun!! This would be awesome to do every year and see how their description changes as they grow!!

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