FREE! Creative Writing Prompts: Weather Themed
Have you ever wondered, “What should I write about?”
Well, then you’re in luck because these free creative writing prompts are the perfect solution!
Creative writing prompts are a fun way for kids to work on their writing skills and are excellent for journaling, story starters, and more!
Five creative writing prompts are included in the set, including “If I lived on the sun …”
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Please see below to download all of these free printable creative writing exercises.
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You can find this creative writing prompt printable pack on page 29 of the resource library.
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