Would Your Rather Back to School Writing Prompts | Print and Digital


Total Pages: 60
File Size: 18 MB


Go Back to School with some NO PREP writing activities on your lesson plans and get to know your students at the same time. These Would You Rather Back to School Writing prompts are the perfect way to start your year (but you can use them all year long too)! Engage your students in writing with these fun and sometimes off the wall school themed Would You Rather . . . writing prompts. Your students will love writing when they get to answer prompts like Would you rather be the teacher or the student? Would you rather have school on Saturdays or in the summer? Would you rather always sing in class or always speak in rhyme? This set includes a printable pdf and a digital version on Google drive.

Each printable writing prompt comes on a page with writing lines and a writing checklist to remind students about the fundamentals of good writing. The digital writing prompts have text boxes in place and the writing checklist with drag and drop check marks.  These NO PREP writing prompt activities are perfect for a morning bell ringer activity, a daily writing journal, freewriting, the writing center or a whole class writing assignment.

Would You Rather Writing Prompts includes:

  • 30 School Themed Would You Rather writing prompts
  • Printable PDF
  • Digital Writing Activities on Google Drive
  • A writing checklist on the bottom of each page

Get ready to build some excitement for writing. Your students will be begging to do more writing with these fun and engaging writing prompts designed for upper elementary students.


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