Are you looking for a fun way to welcome students back from March Break/Spring Break or just celebrate the month of March?
It is important to acknowledge that students have just come back from a break, but it is also important to recognize that not all students might have had a positive experience.
March Break Creative Writing Assignment
Asking students to just retell their March Break might be uncomfortable. To help students share their experiences in a fun way I created these free engaging creative writing prompts that are a low-stress way for students to return from March Break or Spring Break.
Teachers have three options to choose from – March Break, Spring Break or March creative writing pages. Students can select one of the four writing prompts – where they compare their break/month to a dinosaur, a video game, a book or a dessert.
This free resource comes in both PDF and Google Slides formats depending on the needs of your students.
Teachers can choose to assess their students’ writing using a simple checkbric.
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