Stop searching for meaningful writing prompts each month. The set of daily writing prompts includes multiple topics to use throughout the month of December. Your student’s will enjoy writing during writer’s workshop or independent writing with these daily writing prompts.
These December and Christmas writing prompts come in four different options:
✅ calendar writing prompts (students keep at their desk or in a writer’s notebook to keep track of prompts they’ve used)
✅ picture writing prompt task cards (place in a writing center)
✅ picture writing prompt paperless PDF (students use a journal to write)
✅ digital picture writing prompts via Google Slides
Each December writing prompt has a kid-friendly photo to match the prompt.
A variety of topics are included in these December photo writing prompts:
- Holiday traditions
- Why giving is important
- Hanukkah writing prompts
- And more!
The following is also included in these December writing prompts:
✏️Writing Graphic Organizers
✏️ Primary Writing Paper with Picture Box
✏️ Regular Writing Paper with Picture Box
✏️ Primary Writing Paper
✏️ Regular Writing Paper
✏️ Writing List Template
These are my favorite writing prompts to use daily! I love seeing kids excited about writing each day. These writing prompts are perfect to use during the month of December.
Engage your students in meaningful writing activities as they complete December and Christmas writing prompts!
Students can enjoy these daily writing prompts during:
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This is a zipped (compressed) file, so you will need to extract the files from the folder in order to access each product.
What teacher’s like you are saying about these December writing prompts…
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students loved using this as their morning warm up work in December. I look forward to trying the whole year bundle because it was very engaging and encouraged creativity. Thanks for a great product!” – Angela G.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “My students LOVED these! They really got their creativity going where
they usually struggle to come up with imaginary things to write about.” – Laura S.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ “I love this resource for my writing center. They have wonderful, realistic pictures and a wide variety of prompts. As a first year teacher, this has been an amazing way to organize my writing center in a fun and engaging way.” -Kelsie W.