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36 Weeks of Writing Prompts for 1st Grade PRINTABLE


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Are you looking for an easy way to include weekly writing practice for your students during the school year? Our 36 Weeks of 1st Grade Writing Prompts will help keep kids’ writing skills sharp by reviewing the four main types of writing, narrative, informative, opinion, and descriptive! The daily writing activities should take no longer than a few minutes, so they are easy to fit into your schedule while packing a powerful punch.

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These 1st grade writing prompts can be used for classwork, homework, no-prep warm-ups, quick reviews, fast finisher practice, and more! This is also a great purchase for parents and homeschoolers who want structured writing practice at home.


These 1st grade writing assignments cover the four main types of writing, narrative, informative, opinion, and descriptive. There are nine writing prompts included for each of the four main types of writing. You can choose when to assign each type of writing & writing prompt.


Our 36 Weeks of 1st grade writing prompts include a brainstorming template with a writing and illustration page. They are designed so that each prompt can last for an entire week. However, you may choose to complete the prompt in one day if you prefer.


You’ll begin each week with a mini-lesson about the type of writing they will be practicing. The rest of the week can follow our suggested outline:


  • Day 1: Brainstorm – use the brainstorming template provided
  • Day 2: Rough Draft – quickly put thoughts on paper
  • Day 3: Revise – rework the organization and details
  • Day 4: Edit/Proofread – review and correct spelling and grammar errors
  • Day 5: Final Draft – apply corrections on the final version using the template provided. Your student(s) will add an illustration in the space provided at the bottom.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Kelly Hefner
Writing Prompts

I haven't used it yet, but I have looked it over and I think it's a great way to get my students writing! I'm can't wait to get back in school and start back up with my students (I have looped up from Kindergarten to First Grade with my class).

Sandy Joiner
5 stars

I've been looking at the resource for the fall. So far, I really like it.

Jennifer Anderson
36 Weeks of Writing Prompts

I am planning for next school year. I love the lesson plans for different types of writing and I love having all the prompts together in one place. Using the same brainstorming sheets for each set of prompts will be helpful too!

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