Winter days can be long and often there are days you can’t go outdoors because the temperature is too cold or the weather is too dreary. The long winter days can be hard to fill with fun homeschooling activities, but it can be done!
Writing is a great winter time activity to use in your homeschool. Not all children enjoy writing, but there are ways to make it fun for everyone and using writing prompts in your homeschool is a great place to start!
Whether you have children that love to write or they are reluctant to write, they will have fun writing this winter with these fun winter writing prompts!
New Year Writing Prompts
- My new year outlook
- Things I’d like to do this year
Snow Themed Writing Prompts
- The magic of snowflakes
- If I were a snowman
- My favorite winter activity
- My favorite winter past time
- Why I love winter
- What I don’t like about winter
- If I could see the snow
- When I’m skiing on the mountain
- Ice skating makes me
- While I’m sledding I
Winter Holiday Writing Prompts
- If I could meet Martin Luther King Jr.
- My thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech
- If I were the groundhog on Groundhog Day
- Super Bowl 2016 memories
- A story about those I love
- What love is to me
- I feel loved when
- The things I love most
- If I could meet any President – Who and Why
- If I became President
- The history of the Presidency
- If I could meet St. Patrick
- My thoughts on St. Patrick’s Life
These are just a few ideas to help make your kids’ wintertime writing fun! Feel free to come up with a few of your own before you turn over your winter writing prompt list to your kids.
Below you’ll find a link to a set of printable notebooking pages featuring these writing prompts. I hope your kids have a great time sharing their thoughts and hearts with you all winter long.
What are you favorite winter writing prompts?