With Spring just around the corner, there are plenty of topics that can inspire your student’s writing. From planting seeds to catching leprechauns, here are five fun writing activities to try this March.
- How to Plant a Seed Procedure Writing – Spring is the perfect time to start gardening, and planting seeds is a great way to get started. Encourage your students to write a step-by-step guide on how to plant a seed. They can include all the necessary equipment, such as soil, a pot, and the seed, as well as any tips they have learned.
2. How to Catch a Leprechaun Writing for St. Patrick’s Day – St. Patrick’s Day is a fun holiday that kids love. Encourage your students to write a step-by-step guide on how to catch a leprechaun. They can include any tricks they have learned, such as leaving a trail of gold coins or using a net.
3. How to Catch the Easter Bunny STEM Writing – Easter is just around the corner, and kids love the idea of catching the Easter bunny. Encourage your students to write a step-by-step guide on how to catch the Easter bunny. They can include any tricks they have learned, such as leaving a carrot trail or building a bunny trap. This activity not only teaches students how to write a procedure but also encourages them to use their imagination.
4. Sunflower Growing Journal Writing – Sunflowers are a great symbol of spring, and they are fun to grow too. Encourage your students to keep a journal of their sunflower growing experience. They can write about the planting process, how the plant grows, and any challenges they face along the way. They can also include photos of their sunflowers to make their journal even more interesting.
5. All About Farm Animals Informational Writing – Spring is a great time to learn about farm animals. Encourage your students to write an informational piece on their favourite farm animal. They can include information such as where the animal lives, what it eats, and any interesting facts they have learned. This activity not only teaches students how to write an informational piece but also encourages them to learn about the animals that help produce the food we eat.
March is a great month to engage in fun writing activities. Whether you are planting seeds or trying to catch a leprechaun, there are plenty of topics to inspire your writing. Encourage your students to try these five fun writing activities and see where their creativity takes them.
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