You will love using these Winter Would you Rather This or That Opinion Writing Prompts! These writing prompts will encourage students to use higher level thinking skills to reflect, choose and respond! These are a perfect activity to complete for warm-ups, bell work, independently in literacy groups, homework, extension work, and more.
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- These are great starters to help motivate writers.
- 30 Winter Would You Rather Writing Prompts in color, bw, and digital options!
- Students will first decide which choice they would make.
- Students will list 3 reasons: Reflect & Think: My reasoning is… 1, 2, & 3
- Students will: Reflect & Write: explain the choice you made. I would rather choose _________ because____________
- Each page has two choices written and illustrated.
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- Extra page included for more writing space and cover for booklet!
- This is a perfect activity to complete independently in literacy groups, homework, extension work, and more.
WOULD YOU RATHER WRITING PROMPTS ARE PERFECT FOR:
- classroom literacy writing groups
- morning writing warm-ups
- test preparation material
- homework writing assignments
- collaborative writing
- quick writing prompts
- paragraph writing practice
- extensions for GT, or accelerated learners
- substitute activities
- and much more!
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