October Writing Prompts for Kindergarten | Fall Journal Prompts | Print and Digital
Do you want to make your life easier with a month’s worth of daily writing prompts for kindergarten in October?! Do you want to build strong literacy skills, including phonics and phonological awareness in your students? Of course! These fall/autumn writing prompts will engage your kids and encourage them to write more!
This journal resource includes for the month of October, meaning that you have a variety of writing ideas to choose from! It includes meaningful writing practice that’s very low prep.
Here’s the best part: these aren’t your typical boring writing prompts. They’re fun and engaging! You’ll see your students smiling and hear them giggling as they brainstorm their answers and draw pictures to match.
► This product is available as a printable PDF, and can also be accessed via Google Slides for digital learning.
- a prompt
- a list of vocabulary words students can use
- a sentence starter
- an editing checklist
- October word list with pictures
- What do you want to be for Halloween?
- What does a witch wear?
- What can bats do?
- What did the spider catch in his web?
***American and British spelling options included***
You can use these writing journals with any curriculum. They are great for tutoring, differentiating and individualizing instruction for your students, and can be used in reading workshop, small groups, in your word work center, for morning work in morning tubs, as early finisher activities, for remedial support and intervention, and even for substitute lesson plans in your sub binder!
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