Spring is here and that means little ones will be antsy to play. One great way to encourage creativity and provide an engaging activity is with the April Build Challenge. Kids love building blocks; this lego challenge calendar is the perfect spring activity for kindergartners to keep little hands and minds busy. Use this writing challege as an april writing prompts to keep kids entertained in between subjects or as a warm up before the school day begins. Simply download pdf file april journal prompts and you are ready to build with these spring writing prompts.
April Writing Prompts
Make practicing writing fun this spring with these free april writing prompts for kindergartners, grade 1, and grade 2 students. These writing prompts for april are not just any old writing activity, they include a building element which makes this a kindergarten writing activity children look forward to and ask to complete. Use our lego challenge calendar to build and write this april.
Lego Challenge Calendar
Kindergarten Writing Prompts
Print out your free copy of the April Build Challenge Printable. The challenges are sure to delight your child. The build challenges are engaging so your child will keep busy completing the build. You can extend the challenge by adding in a lesson by having your child write something associated with the challenge. Your child can do one building challenge a day or divide it up as it suits your child interest.
Writing Prompts for April
- Add in a stress free writing exercise to encourage your child to practice writing.
- Add in a simple handwriting exercise by having your child write what he built.
- Add in more fun by including the whole family on the building challenges.
- Play a build race with a partner and see who is fastest.
- Think about expanding on the challenge by making it a speaking prompt. Once your child is finished with the build challenge, have her present it to the family. If she is hesitant allow her to practice by presenting it to her stuffed animals first.
- Use the build prompts as a build charades game. Split into teams and have one person build while the other person builds. Whichever team guesses correctly the most wins!
- Encourage your child to build the challenge and tell a story about it! Allow your child to build an entire scene. Make it a family event by having each member build a portion of the story.
✏️ See more Kindergarten Writing prompts here
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April Journal Prompts
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