May Writing Prompts

May Writing Prompts and Creative Journal Ideas

Creative Writing Ideas and Journal Topics for May

May Creative Writing Prompts and Lesson Plan Ideas For Elementary School Teachers

blue bullet point Are you looking for a creative list of writing prompts and journal ideas to use during the month of May?

blue bullet point Below, you will find a list of general May writing topics and a list of specific calendar dates for May which contain creative writing ideas related to that particular date in May.

blue bullet point I have created this list of May writing prompts and ideas for elementary school teachers and students, but many of these creative writing ideas and topics would also be appropriate for other grade levels.



blue bullet point You will find some May writing prompts below that contain underlined links. If you click on an underlined link:

  • You will be directed to another page on Unique Teaching Resources that contains detailed lesson plan ideas and printable worksheets for those May writing prompts.
  • You will be directed to another website that contains useful information related to those particular May writing prompts.


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Note:

Many of the spring writing prompts on my April page are also ideal to
use for May, so be sure to check out my April writing prompts page too.

Click here to go to Heidi's April writing prompts page.


General May Writing Prompts:

  • Spring Kite Poetry Creative Writing Templates and Projects Write a poem about flying a kite using kite shaped poetry templates.
    • Click on the link below to view the page where these kite poetry templates can be found:
      Kite Poetry Templates
  • Write poem about a time that you were "flying high" in the air and happy.
  • Write a poem about a time that you were proud of yourself.
  • Flying high in Grade ___.
  • Imagine that there was no spring. What would happen to the earth and humans if spring didn't exist?
  • An unusual picnic...


  • Spring Flowers Creative Writing Printable Worksheet April showers bring May flowers...
  • Today you MAY do anything that you want to. What would you choose to do and why?
  • For spring, have each of your students write a poem about caterpillars. These unique caterpillar shaped templates will help you to create an extra long poetry display in your classroom this May.
    • For this unique poetry project, each student writes a poem in one section of the caterpillar.
    • If you have 25 students in your classroom, you can create an extra long caterpillar poetry display that is over 15 feet with this unique set of poetry lesson plans.
    • Click on the following link to view the page where this long caterpillar poetry project can be found: Caterpillar Poetry Templates

  • Spring Busy Bee Creative Writing Worksheet Write about spring using your 5 senses: the smells of spring, the sights of spring, the sounds of spring, the touch of spring, and the tastes of spring.
  • Choose your favorite color and write a poem about this color.
    • Click on the following link to view a teaching resources set that involves students writing a poem about their favorite colors inside ice cream cone templates:
      Color Poems - Ice Cream Templates
  • If I could create a new flavor of ice cream it would be...
  • Spring Poetry Lesson Plans For Acrostic Poems Write a S.P.R.I.N.G. acrostic poem.
  • Design a tree house for yourself and your friends. What features would you include in your tree house?
  • Spring Butteryfly Creative Story Writing Templates and Projects Write a spring story that has a beginning, middle, and end. Write each part of your story in one of the butterfly's wings. Draw a picture in one of the wings. This unique creative writing project measures 14 x 14 inches when it has been assembled together.
    • Click on the link below to view the page where these unique butterfly story writing templates can be found:
      Butterfly Writing Templates
  • Describe the life cycle of a caterpillar/butterfly using the beginning, middle, and end sections of these butterfly shaped creative writing templates.
  • Fun Spring Book Report Project Ideas Are you looking for fun reading projects that will help you to design a colorful spring bulletin board display in your classroom? Try one of these unique book report projects that are ideal for spring:
  • Fun Spring Reading Sticker Charts: Rainbows, Flowers, and Umbrellas Are you looking for unique spring themed sticker charts that will help you to motivate and encourage your students to reach a goal that you set for them this April? Try one of these unique sticker chart templates that are ideal for spring:

    • Reading Umbrella Sticker Charts: This umbrella sticker chart template has 20 raindrop shaped sticker boxes to reward your students for reading books.
    • Reading Rainbow Sticker Charts: This rainbow sticker chart template has 25 sticker boxes to use for encouraging your students to read books independently.
    • Spring Flower Sticker Charts: There are 12 different flower templates in this set (only one is shown on the right). You can design a colorful garden themed spring bulletin board display filled with flower sticker charts in a variety of shapes and colors!

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Specific May Writing Prompts:

Celebrations, Events, Holidays, and Dates in History:

Scroll through this page, or click on the links below, to read
about each of these May writing prompts and holidays.


May - National Salad Month

May is National Salad Month blue bullet point May is National Salad Month. The first salads trace back centuries to the simple vegetable dishes of the Roman Empire. Today salads are made with crisp greens, delectable pastas, luscious fruit, and flaked seafood.

blue bullet point The American Heart Association recommends five or more servings of vegetables and fruits per day. Darker salad greens contain the antioxidant beta-carotene, which battles certain cancers, and folic acid, which helps tissues grow. Most salad greens are also sources of vitamin C, potassium, and fiber.

  • Why is it important to eat vegetables each day?
  • Many people eat salads that they think are healthy. Write a list of some ingredients that are used in salads that are not beneficial to our health.
  • Write down the ingredients needed and the steps to make a healthy salad that you enjoy eating.
  • Have a Salad Day in your classroom where your students make a healthy salad in class together or have students volunteer to bring in a salad to share with their classmates.


May 1 - Save the Rhino Day

Save the Rhino Day May 1 Writing Prompts blue bullet point May 1 is Save the Rhino Day and this day helps to make people aware of the threats to this animal and to support the efforts to help save the rhinoceros from extinction.

blue bullet point Rhinoceroses get their name from their most famous feature: their horns. The word rhinoceros comes from the Greek rhino (nose) and ceros (horn).

blue bullet point There are five species of rhinos and they are found in parts of Africa and Asia. Rhinos rank among the most endangered species on Earth.

blue bullet pointValued for their horns, rhinoceros face a serious threat from poaching. In recent times, poachers have hunted the rhino to near extinction.

  • Research facts about rhinoceros and use these facts to help create a Save the Rhino poster.
  • Create a new date to celebrate for another endangered animal. Research this endangered animal and design a poster to celebrate the day that this animal is remembered.
  • Save the Rhino is a website that contains a section dedicated to children. This page contains information about the 5 types of rhinos, as well as free printable worksheets about rhinos that you can download.
  • Wikipedia's rhinoceros page contains detailed information about the 5 types of rhinos.


May 2 - Brothers and Sisters Day

Brothers and Sisters Day May 2 Writing Prompts blue bullet point May 2 is Brothers and Sisters Day

  • What can you do to be a better brother or sister to your siblings?
  • Write about a funny memory that you can recall that involved a brother or sister.
  • Make a card for each of your brothers and sisters.
  • Learn about the Big Brothers and Big Sisters program. How do you think that this program helps children?


May 5 - Cinco de Mayo

Cinco De Mayo May 5 Creative Writing Prompt blue bullet point Cinco de Mayo is celebrated on May 5 and is a time to be proud of coming from Hispanic descent. This day celebrates the victory of the historical battle of 1862 between Mexico and France.

blue bullet pointThis holiday is a symbol of Mexican pride and unity and includes great festivities. It is a time of song, dance, and parties.

  • Write an acrostic poem about Cinco de Mayo and Mexico using the letters of the word F.I.E.S.T.A.
  • Research when Mexican Independence Day is and write a summary about this Mexican holiday.
  • Wikipedia's Cinco de Mayo page contains detailed information about this holiday.
  • Interesting facts and information about Cinco de Mayo can be found on this holiday page.

Second Sunday of May - Mother's Day

Happy Mother's Day Card for Elementary School Students blue bullet point Mother's Day is celebrated on the second Sunday in May and was first observed in 1907.

  • What is special about your mother?
  • Being a mom is the most important job because...
  • Imagine that you and your mom switched places and you suddenly became "Mom for a Day." What would it be like?
  • Write about the best advice that your mom ever gave you.
  • Write a list of things that you can do to help your mom and then create a Mother's Day coupon book for your mom.
  • Click on the following link, or the 3 flowers below, to view a fun project activity that involves students creating a Mother's Day flower on Unique Teaching Resources:

Go To: Heidi's Mother's Day Lesson Plans Web Page


Mother's Day Flower Templates and Card Activity



Second Week of May - National Pet Week

National Pet Week Creative Writing Prompts blue bullet point The second week of May is National Pet Week. National Pet Week was founded in 1981 by the American Veterinary Medical Association.

  • Write about a family pet that is (or was) special to you.
  • Your mother or father has just brought home the most unusual new pet for your family. What kind of pet is it? What would it be like to have this animal as your pet?
  • If you could have any animal as a pet (that you have not had before) what would it be and why? Write about your adventures with this pet.
  • Do you think that is right for people to own wild animals as pets? Why or why not?
  • What would it be like to have a pet parrot that could talk to you?
  • What are the responsibilities involved in having a pet?
  • If you have a pet, how do you help to take care of your family pet?
  • There is a saying that a dog is man's best friend. How do you think this saying came to be?
  • During National Pet Week read your students the Newbery award winning book Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor. For lesson plans and fun projects to use with this award winning novel, click here to go to Heidi's Shiloh lesson plans page.

Shiloh Bulletin Board Display Examples and Fun Group Projects

  • Dog Punctuation Bulletin Board and Classroom Display Teaching Resources Set I have created puppy shaped reading sticker charts that would be great to use with your students during National Pet Week. Click here to go to Heidi's puppy reading sticker charts page.
  • During National Pet Week have your students complete a fun book report project using unique dog shaped book report templates. Click here to go to Heidi's dog book report templates page.
  • Are you interested in a punctuation display that uses dog templates? My grammar bulletin board displays page contains 12 dogs templates featuring the following punctuation marks: period, comma, exclamation point, comma, apostrophe, quotation marks, colon, semicolon, parenthesis, ellipsis, hyphen, and dash. The photograph on the right shows examples of 5 Punctuation Puppies.


May 8 - World Red Cross Day

May Writing Prompts World Red Cross Day blue bullet point May 8 is World Red Cross Day. The Red Cross provides humanitarian efforts and disaster relief around the world, wherever it is needed. There are millions of Red Cross volunteers.

blue bullet point On May 8, the American Red Cross puts special focus on our programs that keep children healthy and safe around the globe.



May 12 - Limerick Day

Limerick Day Creaitve Writing Prompt blue bullet pointMay 12 is Limerick Day and it honors the birthday of the English writer Edward Lear (1812-1888), who is credited with making the limerick popular.

blue bullet point A limerick is a five-line humorous poem in which the first, second, and fifth lines rhyme, and the third and fourth lines also rhyme. Its name comes from the city of Limerick, Ireland.

Be sure to visit my poetry lesson plans page
where you will find some fun and unique poetry templates.



May 16 - First Academy Awards Ceremony

First Academy Awards May 16, 1929 blue bullet point The first Academy Awards Ceremony was held on May 16, 1929.

  • Think of your favorite films that you have seen and choose your own best picture, best actor, and best actress award winners. Explain why you made these choices.
  • Write an acceptance speech for your favorite movie star who has just won an Academy Award.
  • As a director, describe how you would create a movie based on your favorite book that you have read. My movie camera book report templates would be perfect for this activity!
  • Have your students become stars for the day by describing themselves inside extra large star creative writing templates.
    • Meet the Stars of Our Classroom is a teaching resources set will engage your students in writing an introduction and description about themselves using fun star writing templates.
    • This fun writing activity contains 6 star writing templates that are assembled together to form a large star. The finished star projects measure 20 inches in width and 20 inches in height.

Go To: Heidi's Meet the Stars of Our Classroom Creative Writing Activity


Academy Awards Stars For Students Creative Writing Projects

  • Your students will enjoy creating an award for their favorite books and writing about their books inside trophy shaped creative writing templates.
    • For this favorite book report project, students design a trophy for their favorite books that they have read during the school year. Students write about the main character, setting, their favorite part of the book, and why this book deserves the 1st Place Trophy Award.

Go To: Heidi's First Place Trophy Book Report Page


My Favorite Book Report Project Trophy Templates

  • This is a great time of the year for your students to complete a star book report project.
    • Click on the following link to view a fun book report project in which students write about the stars of their books inside extra large star shaped templates:

Go To: Heidi's Star Book Report Page


Star Book Report Projects and Fun Reading Activities For Elementary Students



May 29 (1917) - John F. Kennedy's Birthday

John F Kennedy Birthday May 29, 1917 Creative Writing Prompt blue bullet point John Fitzgerald Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 in Brookline, Massachusetts. He was the 35th President of the United States and the youngest president ever elected.

blue bullet point At his inauguration, Kennedy challenged the youth of America when he said, "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country."

  • Have your students complete a Biography Newspaper Project about John F. Kennedy. These newspapers can be assigned as individual or group projects.
  • Have your students complete a Character Body Book Report about John F. Kennedy. These reports can be assigned as individual or group projects.
  • Write a famous quote by John F. Kennedy on your chalkboard or whiteboard and have your students respond to this quote.
  • You will find detailed information about this president on the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum page.
  • The White House web page contains biography information on all 44 American Presidents including John F. Kennedy.
  • What can the youth of today do for their country?
  • Pretend that you are the President and write a speech that would inspire the youth to volunteer and help in their local communities.


Last Monday of May - Memorial Day

May Writing Prompts Memorial Day blue bullet point The last Monday of May is Memorial Day in the United States.

blue bullet point On this day, Americans remember and honor the brave men and women who have died while serving in the U.S. Military.

  • What does it mean to be patriotic?
  • What makes someone a hero? Write a paragraph explaining what a hero is to you and how an individual becomes a hero.
  • Do you have a parent or relative in the military? How has this experience affected your family?
  • If you do not, how do you think you would feel having a family member in the military? How would you feel if he or she was called to war?
  • Read about the History of Memorial Day on this page.
  • On History.com students can read about how this holiday first came to be observed.

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May Printable Calendar Set


Click here to go to my
Free Printable Classroom Calendars page.

Note: On the above page, you will find links to download all 12
of my FREE classroom calendar sets for January - December!


Thumb Tacks

My printable calendar sets are designed to fit inside the
monthly calendar pocket charts that many teachers use.

My holiday calendar sets contain
the following printable worksheets:


May Printable Monthly Calendar

Above: The large May calendar title is a
2 page banner template that is glued together and cut out.


May Printable Worksheets Calendar

Above: This printable calendar set for May includes large
days of the week templates for the 7 days of the week
(Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday are shown above).


May Printable Calendar

This printable calendar set for May includes smaller calendar pieces for the 7 days of the week that will fit inside your calendar pocket chart.

There are 31 square calendar number dates in this teaching resources set.

There are squares for you to print and write your students' names and birthdays on.

There are 11 printable calendar worksheets in this
May teaching resources classroom display set.

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Below are some examples of Spring powerpoint
lesson plans that are ideal to use during the month of May:

Busy Bees Grammar Comparison


Grammar Adjectives and Adverbs Powerpoint Presentation

This lesson reviews the comparative and superlative forms of these 15 words: large, fat, fast, hot, high, late, sad, pretty, loud, many, delicious, bad, good, difficult, and little.

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Rainy Day Punctuation Marks


End Punctuatin Marks Powerpoint Presentation for Period, Question Mark, and Exclamation Mark

This lesson has a rain theme and reviews 3 end punctuation marks: period, question mark, and exclamation mark. Students write their answers in raindrops inside a cloud on their worksheets.

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Spring Into Colorful Writing


Spring Creative Writing English Powerpoint Presentation

This spring set of teaching resources is designed to be a daily writing warm up activity. There are 25 different sentences for students to rewrite using more descriptive word choices.

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Spring Into Colorful Writing


Spring Into Math Squares


Math Powerpoint Presentation Addition and Subtraction

Students solve addition, subtraction, and multiplication equations using these fun math puzzles that contain butterfly themed animations. There are 5 puzzles in this set of resources.

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Old McDonald Word Problems


Math Word Problems Powerpoint Presentation Farm Theme

Students use addition and multiplication to solve word problems that have a farm theme. These problems involve money, so students are reviewing decimal points and place value as well.

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Old McDonald Word Problems





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Below are some ideas and examples of teaching resources
that can be used for many of the May writing
prompts that are found on this page:

Butterfly Writing Templates

Butterfly Creative Story Writing Templates

These butterfly writing templates will make your students fly away with creative ideas. Students write each section of their story in a separate wing of the butterfly.

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Butterfly Writing Templates


Caterpillar Writing Templates

Caterpillar Shaped Story Writing Templates

These caterpillar writing templates will make your students march away with creative ideas. Students write each section of their story in a separate section of the caterpillar's body.

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Turtle Writing Templates

Turtle Shaped Creative Writing Templates and Worksheets

These turtle templates would be ideal to use for a short writing assignment, poetry, or a science unit. These cute turtle creative writing templates measure 10 inches in width and 6 in. in height.

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Turtle Writing Templates


Mother's Day Flower Templates

Mother's Day Card and Flower Poem Templates

Are you looking for a Mother's Day activity that is unique and different? Every mother loves to receive flowers on Mother's Day! Students write a Mother's Day message inside these unique flower templates.

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Family Tree Templates


Family Tree Student Projects and Templates

Are you looking for a unique way for your students to create a family tree? Your students will be branching out to learn about the members of their family as they design their own family trees.

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Family Tree Lesson Plans


Sunflower Writing Templates


Sun Flower Shaped Writing Templates and Worksheets

Do you want your students' writing to bloom with creative ideas? This unique creative writing set is designed in the shape of two sunflowers inside a plant pot template.

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Sunflower Writing Templates



Caterpillar Poetry Templates


Fun Caterpillar Poetry Templates for Poems

If you have 25 students in your classroom, you can create a caterpillar display that is over 15 feet long with these unique poetry lesson plans. Each student writes a poem in one of the caterpillar templates.

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Caterpillar Poems


Ice Cream Color Poems


My Favorite Color Poems Ice Cream Templates

These ice cream shaped poems are a fun way for your students to write a poem about their favorite colors. For example, if a student's favorite color is blue, he could write a poem about the ocean.

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Ice Cream Color Poems



Kite Poetry Templates


Kite Shaped Poetry Writing Templates

These poetry lesson plans will have your students' poetry flying high in the air! Students write a shape poem where each line of their poem is shorter in length than the previous line.

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Kite Poetry Templates


S.P.R.I.N.G. Rainbow Poem


Rainbow Shaped Poetry Writing Templates

This is a S.P.R.I.N.G. rainbow shaped acrostic poem. This acrostic poem is different because the key letters appear in the middle of the poem, instead of at the beginning of the poem.

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Spring Acrostic Poem



Bee Cool Worksheets


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Spring Bee Cool Creative Writing Printable Worksheets for Language Arts

Your students will Bee Cool as they write stories using these colorful language arts worksheets that are appropriate for a wide variety of different topics.

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We Are Busy Bees Worksheets


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Spring Busy Bees Writing Printable Worksheets for Language Arts

I use these We Are Busy Bees language arts worksheets in the spring, but they can be used any time of the year for a wide variety of creative writing topics.

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Colorful Butterfly Stories


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Spring Colorful Butterfly Stories Printable Worksheets for Language Arts

I use these Colorful Butterfly language arts worksheets in the spring, but they can be used any time of the year for a wide variety of creative writing topics.

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Our Writing is Blooming!


Spring Flower Creative Writing Stories Bulletin Board Display Banner

Spring Flower Creative Writing Stories Printable Worksheets for Language Arts

I designed these Our Writing is Blooming! language arts worksheets for the spring, but they can be used any time of the school year.

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It's Raining Books!


Umbrella Shaped Reading Raindrops Incentive and Sticker Charts

These colorful umbrella sticker charts will encourage your students to get drenched in reading books.

These incentive charts are perfect for a spring reading theme. This set includes 9 different colored umbrella templates to choose from and each umbrella has 20 raindrops for 20 stickers.

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Reading Umbrella Sticker Charts


Reading Rainbow Sticker Charts


Reading Rainbow Incentive and Sticker Charts

Provide your students with an extra incentive to read 25 books with these colorful reading rainbow sticker charts.

This set includes a colored rainbow template, as well as 6 bright reading rainbow accent pieces that contain reading slogans on them that promote a colorful reading theme.

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Reading Rainbow Sticker Charts



Flower Sticker Charts


Flower Shaped Incentive and Sticker Charts

If you are looking for a dynamic and bright spring bulletin board display idea, these charts are a blooming great resource!

There are 12 different shaped flower templates, so you can design a colorful garden themed bulletin board display filled with flower sticker charts in a variety of shapes and colors!

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Amazing Reading Race


Amazing Reading Race Incentive and Sticker Charts

The "athletes" in your class will have fun racing around the world reading 7 books, which represent the 7 continents.

For each book, students fill out the pages in their reading passports by writing a summary about the book and drawing a picture. Then, students color that continent on their world maps.

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Amazing Reading Race Passports



The following projects could be used for individual
and group projects about John F. Kennedy:

Biography Newspaper Project


Biography NonFiction Book Report Newspaper Book Report Projects

Nonfiction Book Reports: Your students will enjoy being newspaper editors and writing articles, cartoons, and timelines about the life of John F. Kennedy.

Project Measurements:
Width = 12 inches Height = 18 inches

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Biography Newspapers (nonfiction)


Character Body Book Report


Main Character Body Book Report Projects Fun and Creative Ideas

Your students will enjoy designing large character body projects about John F. Kennedy and then writing a report about this president inside the vest area.

Project Measurements:
Width = 18+ inches Height = 18+ inches

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Character Body Book Report Projects




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If you are interested in viewing other spring teaching resources
that are found on my website, click on one of the links below.


Spring Flowers


Spring Teaching Resources Information Page

Spring Powerpoint Lesson Plans

Spring English Teaching Resources

Spring Math Teaching Resources

Spring Printable Worksheets

Spring Bulletin Board Displays

April Writing Prompts

May Writing Prompts

Mothers Day Lesson Plans

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On these pages, you will find creative writing prompts
that pertain to each month's themes, holidays, and events.


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