Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts

Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts: Exploring Friendship, Kindness, and Generosity

Valentine’s Day is often celebrated with heart-shaped candies and cards, but it’s also a wonderful opportunity to explore deeper, universal themes of friendship, kindness, and generosity at school. At Kids Think Wide, we recognize that not everyone celebrates Valentine’s Day, but the spirit of compassion and care it represents is something we can all appreciate.

Themes and Prompts

  1. Valentine’s Day Themed Writing

2. Everyday Moments with Friends

3. Sporting Moments

2. Exciting Moments

3. Special Moments with Family

3. Exploring Themes of Friendship with Animals

4. Wild and Wonderful Friends

5. Choose Your Own Adventure Group Writing

What happens if I like the picture but the writing prompt doesn’t quite suit the needs and/or interests of my class?

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Here is how easy it is to create, edit and access your own personalised writing prompts (watch gif or follow written instructions – whatever is easier!)

  1. Sign up or login.
  2. Click on a picture you love.
  3. Scroll down to: ‘Create your own Writing Prompt’.
  4. Select text type and grade from the drop down boxes.
  5. Click: ‘Generate Prompt’.
  6. Be patient while your prompt is being created!
  7. Click on the writing prompt text to edit, if you want to. It saves automatically.
  8. Click full screen.
  9. Display the original prompt or you new unique prompt that you have just created.

Remember, these prompts are just starting points. Encourage your young writers to take these ideas and make them their own. Let’s use Valentine’s Day not just to celebrate love in the traditional sense, but to foster a spirit of empathy, kindness, and generosity in our writing and our lives.

Happy Writing!

Lucy

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