How do I get my kids to write more this winter? Use thematic writing prompts!
Print and assemble these free arctic animal mini books for your writing or literacy center. Add in a fun winter themed alphabet sensory bin and you have a set of interactive literacy activities for children to complete!
Arctic Animal Writing Prompts
Free to print, low cost to assemble and SOOO quick to make a bunch if you are a teacher.
We make them 25 pages at a time, which means, each child gets to write and take home 4 arctic animals themed mini books.
- Arctic Tundra Mini Book Covers (click here to download this and other writing prompts)
- arctic animal stickers (optional)
How to Make Arctic Animals Writing Prompts
1. Print the arctic tundra mini book cover page.
2. Set 5-10 sheets of blank paper behind the cover page.
3. Staple the pages together at each side.
4. Arrange in a pleasing way on a kid-friendly desk or table. Include pencils, crayons, and arctic animal stickers.
Arctic Writing Prompt Ideas
Let children create their own stories.
Write about the animal body parts on each page.
Follow a sentence pattern such as: A penguin can ______.
Write a different fact about the animal on each page.
Write a story with the animal as the main character.
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Growing Book by Book says
I love how open-ended these books are for young writers.
Natasha Johnson says
You know we have been all about the mini book this year and this one is great and open-ended for us.
Theresa A says
Open ended books really capture the imagination. Our kids love creating stories. Thank you for the great printables!
Cerys Parker says
This is fantastic – I can use the same idea with my 2 different aged children and they both will be able to work at their own level
Nicolette Roux says
This is great! we love homemade books and coloring!
alecia francois says
Both of my kids love homemade books. And open ended work seems to be my daughter's favorite! Thanks for the pintable!