Free Worksheets Spring Writing Prompts

Free Spring Writing Prompts for Kindergarten: Story Starters, Creative Ideas, and More

It’s finally springtime! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are singing. This is a great time to do some writing! In this post, we have provided a set of free printable spring writing prompts for Kindergarten and Grade one students. Our prompts will help your students explore their creativity and get writing.  

Get your student's creative juices flowing with our free spring writing prompts. We are offering a set of free, printable writing prompts that are perfect for students in Kindergarten through grade one. There are story starters and ideas for all types of writing, so get your class inspired and download a set today!

Spring writing prompts for Kindergarten

How did your kindergarten students do with their writing this year? Isn’t it a challenge to help young learners develop their writing abilities? They must go from tracing letters to fully constructed sentences in such a small amount of time. We are approaching the home stretch right now and can see the end of the school year in the distance. Now is the time to focus on honing those developing writing skills.

Hopefully, your kids have mastered the basic writing skills and are starting to write stories. Our spring writing prompts are ideal for this stage in the school year. Some of the pages are pretty simple, so you can use them with students who need more practice in the basics. Others are a little more challenging and will help your kids produce fantastic writing pieces.

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Spring Story Starters

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >>_____<<. The spring worksheets pdf file will open in a new window for you to save your freebie. Now print off the pages you’d like to use.

free spring writing prompts for kindergarten

Spring Writing Prompts

Most children this age just love to tell stories? That’s where we come in with our list of spring writing prompts. These are perfect for getting kids to think creatively and practice writing.

Spring is when things begin to grow, and the bees and butterflies emerge. The weather has been getting warmer, and flowers are growing. The days seem longer than ever before as the sun rises higher in the sky each day. Kids are playing outside again after being cooped up forever. There are lots to see and do, making it a good time for creative writing.

I’m so excited to share this free writing prompts with you! The prompts are perfect for getting your Kindergarten and Grade 1 students excited about writing. There are 5 pages of ideas to get their creative juices flowing.

If you are a teacher and homeschooling parent, you’ll love how easy this activity is to prepare. Simply download and print, so your students can sharpen their writing skills in the months before the school ends for summer break.

It's finally springtime! The sun is shining, the flowers are blooming, and the birds are singing. This is a great time to do some writing! In this post, we have provided a set of free printable spring writing prompts for Kindergarten and Grade one students. Our prompts will help your students explore their creativity and get writing.  

Spring writing activities for kindergarten

Our spring writing prompts are designed to get kids thinking about all the things they experience at the time of year. There’s no shortage of inspiration, from rainy days and gardens to butterflies.

  • The first page is designed to get the students thinking about spring. The instructions ask them to record some of the things they hear and see in spring.
  • Our second page is very simple. Students make a list of things they can do on a rainy day and draw a picture of an animal that loves the rain.
  • The third page is all about butterflies. Students are asked to imagine they are butterflies and write about what they would see and do in a day.
  • The fourth page invites students to design the garden of their dreams. They are asked to draw a picture of their garden and describe it.
  • Kids Will love the Fifth page as it gives them the freedom to write their own spring story. They are invited to make up a title, draw a picture, and tell their story! Encourage children to continue on the back of the page if they need more space. This page can be used with the story prompts.
  • Ou last page has ten spring story prompts. Some are creative, while others ask the kids to describe something.

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Free spring writing prompts for kindergarten

There are so many ways to use these spring writing prompts! You can use them as a daily activity, morning work, or even in a writing center. If you want to make things more challenging, you can have the students complete one prompt per day and turn it into a book.

Consider using the story starters during circle time. You start by reading the prompt and then invite the children to take turns adding to the story. It’s a great way to get them thinking about writing and using their imaginations.

You can also use these prompts as a springboard for other activities. For example, after doing the “Design Your Garden” page, you could plant some seeds with your students. Or, after doing the “Butterfly” page, you could do a butterfly life cycle activity.

The possibilities are endless! So go ahead and download the spring writing prompts and get started today. Your students will love them!

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Spring Worksheets for Kindergarten

Spring is a great time to encourage your students to flex their writing muscles! So whether your students are struggling with writer’s block or just need a little extra push, these spring-themed writing prompts will do the trick. We hope you enjoy them!

Please feel free to share this post with your friends and colleagues. And if you’re looking for more writing activities, be sure to check out our other posts. We’ve got tons of great ideas for you! Happy writing!

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Free writing prompts for kindergarten

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Spring Science

These science projects and spring science experiments are perfect for indoor or outdoor!

Kids will love learning about the life cycle of a plant with this free Plant Life Cycles reader.  Children will love learning about how plants grow from tiny seeds, into plants, and big trees while reading through this emergent reader. This life cycle of a plant printable book is a great introduction to plant science for preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and 4th graders. Simply print pdf file with life cycle of a plant printable and you are ready to play and learn about plant life cycle for kids. free printable flower parts flip book life cycle of a butterfly printables 2 You've probably tried the classic volcano experiment. But have you tried a ketchup volcano? This easy volcano experiment is super simple to make and makes a super cool, red erruption that will delight kids of all ages! Try this simple volcano experiment with preschool, pre-k, kindergarten, first grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd graders too.

Spring Science Worksheets

These free science printables are a grea way to learn about the parts of a plant, plant life cycles, animal life cycles, to take along as zoo field trip worksheets, and more!

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Spring Crafts for Preschoolers

Your kids are going to want to try these fun springtime craft projects.

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Spring Activities for Kids

Use our free spring writing prompts to help your kindergarten students get creative. These free printable pages are perfect for budding writers.

Writing activities for kindergarten pdf

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Sharon

Sharon is the proud mom of three grown boys, a trained educator, and former children librarian. She draws on her years of experience as a parent and teacher to help parents to make the most of the time they have with their kids. You find her posts on rediscoveredfamiles.com

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