6th grade writing prompts
22 Pins 5y
Similar ideas popular now
Draw, Write, and Share: Problem Based Journal Prompts for Reluctant Writers
Writing made EASY...Simply share the prompt, students create an illustration based on the prompt, and then students write about their illustration...InspirationWriting can be a challenge for students no matter what grade. When I did a Photo of the Day prompt for my 6th graders, many of my students thrived.
Common Core Opinion Writing -Using articles and mentor texts
Opinion Writing unit: This common core opinion writing teaches kids to read articles (written as mentor texts) and then form an opinion. There are 4 prompts and week long activities to go with each prompt. I use this with my first graders and used it at the beginning of the year for my second graders.The unit includes:Opinion text posters featuring parts of an opinion pieceFour opinion prompts: Do you think cats or dogs make better pets?Would you rather live near the coast or the desert?Do y
Depth and Complexity Critical Thinking Task Cards for Literature
Critical Thinking Task Cards for Literature. These task cards are perfect for any fiction reading materials: novels, short stories, anthologies! Prepare to hear some amazing discussion in your classroom!
Persuasive Writing Prompt "Should Kids Play Video Games?"
Get your students' attention with this writing prompt: “Should Kids Play Video Games?” Everything you need to teach and assess persuasive essay writing! These materials are easily adaptable to meet the needs of 3rd - 6th graders. While teaching the basics of persuasive writing, these materials will engage your students and motivate them to write. They will also reinforce the importance of using the 6+1 Writing Traits. Ready to print and teach! From Teacher Oasis
Do your students struggle to move beyond one or two paragraphs? Do they know how to address each type of essay and read essay prompts? They will now! Over 250 pages of no-nonsense, READY TO GO materials!
WRITING ACTIVITY: SNOWBALL WRITING
Writing 1: The snowball writing method is a fun way to teach your students how to write collaboratively. Students write part of a story, crumple their paper, and throw it on the ground. Their stories are continued by another student in the class! Website: Teachers Pay Teachers
Language Arts Classroom
Twenty middle school writing prompts! Use these as bell ringers, for inclusion in journals, or as a way to end class. This product contains 20 writing prompts. I used these with my seventh graders for their journals, which they did every day. The topics have great range, and should create some interesting ideas.