These fall writing prompts printable pages for kids will encourage children to write and create throughout the fall.
We like to keep writing fun and easy for our kids. By giving kids the creative freedom to practice their handwriting, it becomes less of a chore and more of a fun activity. These fall writing prompts printable pages are fun for kids to get thinking and creating (and even writing!). Plus, it’s a great boredom buster and fall activity for kids.
Fall Writing Prompts Printable Sheets
If your kids are anything like mine, they aren’t thrilled about me making them sit down and write. But, practicing their handwriting is important, especially as they get older and begin typing more, they need this fine motor foundation.
We love to celebrate the changing of the seasons. They all used the summer writing prompts printable pages at the beginning of the summer, and now they can take that same idea and write about the fall.
These fall writing prompts printable sheets include a packet of 8 journal entry ideas with a fall theme for kids.
Fall Writing Prompts for Kids
The fall writing prompts in this printable packet includes these 8 fall images to serve as platforms for your child’s writing ideas. If you would like to write in prompts, try these:
- Why I love fall
- What I like to see on a hike in the fall
- My favorite fall activities are
- When the leaves fall I like to
- If you were talking to a scarecrow what would you say?
Each of these journal pages are paired with images that will spark kids’ creativity and imagination. Children can study the picture, and get writing! See the images included below:
They can opt to write a poem, a song or a story. Before they know it, they will be practicing their handwriting and story telling while having fun.
Print the Fall Writing Prompts Printable here
To print this packet, simply click here or on the image below.
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Need more Fall boredom busters for kids? Check out the Fall Lego Challenge Calendar to Print or theFall Printables for Kids!
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