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St. Patrick's Day Writing Prompt Worksheets

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 2

Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and write imaginative stories using a collection of narrative writing prompts.

Lucky You! St. Patrick’s Day Activities are Here!

It’s almost that time of year! St. Patrick’s Day is on the way and it’s a ton of fun! Why not celebrate it in your classroom as well?  We’ve put together a group of fun writing prompts for kindergarten and first grade students that will drive them to become narrative writing superstars!

The Perfect Fun Writing Prompts!

Each worksheet in this resource provides the student with a thought-provoking St. Patrick’s Day-themed story starter to begin their creative writing piece. Students will read each of the writing prompts and continue the story using the writing page and accompanying word bank. 

The resource includes six different worksheets that feature writing prompts for beginning writers! They are designed to hook your young writers and help them generate exciting and funny plot ideas to include in their writing samples. Simply print the sheet you need, and you’re off on the journey to amazing 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
  • Homework assignment
  • Flash Fiction Prompts
  • Fun Journal Prompts

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.

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