More writing prompts for grades 7-10! 101 Writing Prompts for Winter includes writing prompts for Research papers, Argumentative/Persuasive Essays, Expository Essays, Descriptive/Narrative Essays, Response to Quote/Response to Literature (Poems) prompts, and Creative Writing prompts.
Topics include Christmas, Santa Claus, Chanukah, symbols of winter, quotes about winter, Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, President’s Day, special winter holidays and celebrations, and more!
You have been asked to write a proposal banning the manufacture and wear of ugly Christmas sweaters. Convince the powers that be that ugly Christmas sweaters should be outlawed. Be sure to provide examples and details to support your argument.
Think about the time you learned that there was no Santa Claus. When was that moment, how old were you, and how did it make you feel. Be sure to paint an image in the reader’s mind to take them on that journey of discovery with you.
Families do not always get along at the holidays. Describe how family discord can be a problem at these times, and detail how to best handle these situations.
Explain and respond to the following quote by Bill Watterson: I like these cold, gray winter days. Days like these let you savor a bad mood.
Suggested poems for analysis (except for one, due to copyright) are also included. $5 at TeachersPayTeachers.com.
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