Celebrate Autumn and write an informational piece using these handy fall writing prompt worksheets.
Fall Writing Prompts Worksheet Bundle
It’s almost that time of year! Sweater weather, falling leaves, and dropping temperatures signal that fall has returned. Why not celebrate it in your classroom as well? We’ve put together a fall activity that will help you guide your students into becoming informational writing superstars!
Each worksheet in this resource provides the student with a thought-provoking “How To” question prompt. Students will draw the steps needed to complete the process and use the primary-style writing lines to develop their own piece of quality informational writing. These are the perfect writing prompts for first graders! The resource includes engaging fall writing prompts such as:
- How to Carve a Pumpkin
- How to Make Applesauce
- How to Cook a Turkey
- How to Build a Campfire
The resource includes seven worksheets covering different how-to informational writing prompts for kindergarten, first-grade, and possibly even second-grade students. Simply print the sheet you need, and you’re off on the journey to amazing informational writing samples.
Tips for Differentiation + Scaffolding
In addition to independent student work time, use this worksheet as an activity for:
- Guided writing groups
- Formative Assessment
- Lesson wrap-up
- Fast finishers
- Homework assignment
To challenge students needing acceleration, have them extend their writing into a multi-paragraph piece using our Informational Text Planning Templates
For struggling readers and writers, provide sentence frames for students to build their sentences off of. They could also benefit from talking about their writing before beginning and generating a bank of words or details that they could include.
Easily Download & Print
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between the editable Google Slides, Color PDF, or Blackline PDF version.
Additionally, project the worksheet onto a screen, work through one prompt as a class, and have your students write their paragraphs in their notebooks.
Don’t stop there! Check out more fall activities for kindergarten and up!
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