Would You Rather Opinion Writing Prompts | Seasonal Writing Prompts for 1st Grade

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Everyone has an opinion, right? Get your kiddos to start sharing their opinion {and provide supporting reasons} with these print-and-go prompts!

Would You Rather Seasons is the perfect addition to your Daily 5 Work on Writing Center! This pack includes 80 engaging topics for students to develop opinions.

Some opinion prompt topics included:

• Would you rather make a snow angel or have a snowball fight?
• Would you rather walk to school or take the bus?
• Would you rather have a long winter or a short summer?
• Much More!

For each Seasonal Pack of Opinion Prompts You'll Get:

• 20 Would You Rather? Writing Prompts with sentence structure per season, 80 total
• 20 Would You Rather? Writing Prompts without sentence structure per season, 80 total

Why Use These Seasonal Writing Prompts

Everyone, young students included, has an opinion to share! But what I've seen with kids is they often are shy or unsure of how to share those opinions.

These Would You Rather prompts make it extremely easy to get your kids thinking with fun questions. And to make it even better I've included a spot for students to draw pictures related to each question. Combining drawing and writing can help your students truly internalize and understand their opinions. And of course, writing strategy and concepts too!

If you're ready to get your kids writing and sharing opinions, get these seasonal Would You Rather prompts today!

Other teachers' experience with these opinion writing prompts for Kindergarten & 1st Graders

“This is a great resource. My Kinders really enjoyed the pictures, which prompted them to ask many open ended questions, which than lead to inquires and wonders. Thank you again , such a great resource..”

“My students love using these at the writing station. The questions are engaging and the kids love defending their choices. Thank you!”

“My students enjoyed using these as an introduction to opinion writing because it got them thinking.”

“My students loved the choices and enjoyed writing about their opinions.”

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