Daily Writing Prompts - February 16th-29th

February Writing Prompts

Daily Writing PromptsBelow are daily writing prompts for February 16th-29th. The majority of the prompts are related to the various events on our February Events Calendar. These events include birthdays, holidays, monthly celebrations, and important dates in history. Some of the dates include two different writing prompts to choose from. You can download a PDF form of the writing prompt.

Even though your students may not be in class all the days of February, use the prompts from those days as additional writing practice.

Don't forget to also print a copy of our February Events Calendar. This will help you utilize the daily writing prompts.

More Lesson Plans! We also have many other February Activities, Lesson Plans and Resources.

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February 16
On this day in 1923, King Tut’s Burial Chamber was opened.  Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) facts about the King Tut and summarize them in your own words. PDF

Today is “National Do a Grouch a Favor Day.” We all probably know someone ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 17
Today is President's Day. This day honors two legendary American Presidents: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) NEW facts about either President and summarize them in your own words. PDF

February 17th is “Random Acts of Kindness Day.”  Make a list of 5-10 acts of kindness that you can perform over the next week or month.  You may also want to keep track of acts that you do, but were not on your list.  Remember, you can help anyone…young, old, family, friend, stranger.  Your random act can be as simple as picking up and returning an item someone dropped. PDF

February is “National Snack Food Month.” Salty or sweet? Chewy or crunchy? What is ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 18
On this day in 1930, Pluto, a former planet, was discovered.  What is your personal opinion about the scientist no longer considering Pluto to be the ninth planet?  Do you think they are correct?  Or do you think Pluto should have remained a planet? PDF

Today is “National Battery Day.” Take a minute and list all of the things ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 19
On this day in 1968, "Mr. Roger's Neighborhood" debuted. This popular children's television show shared many lessons with its viewers. If you could create your own television show for kids, what type of show would you have and what would the show be called? PDF

February 19th is “National Chocolate Mint Day.” Many restaurants provide chocolate ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 20
On February 20, 1962, John Glenn orbited the Earth in the Friendship 7 space capsule.  He was the first American to orbit the Earth.  What do you think it must have been like for John Glenn during this orbit?  What did he see?  How or what was he feeling? PDF

Today is “National Love Your Pet Day.” If you have a pet, write a ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 21
Today is “Love Your Pet Day.”  If you could have any type of pet, what would you want and why? PDF

February is “National Library Lovers Month.” It’s always fun to visit the library ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 22
On this day in 1732, George Washington, our first President, was born.  What do you think were the advantages and/or disadvantages to being our country’s first President?  PDF

Today is “Be Humble Day.”  Use the dictionary to look up the definition of humble and write it in your own words.  Next, list 5-10 ways that you can personally be humble.  PDF

February is “National Children’s Dental Health Month.” Write a short jingle ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 23
February is “American Heart Month.”  Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) facts about your heart and summarize them in your own words. PDF

February 23rd is “National Toast Day.” What is your ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 24
February is “National Dental Health Month.”  Create a list of ten (10) things that you can do to help keep your teeth and mouth healthy. PDF

Today is “National Tortilla Chip Day.” Tortilla chips can be eaten ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 25
February 25th is “Quiet Day.”  Create a list of at least ten (10) activities that you could do being completely QUIET! PDF

February is “National Hot Breakfast Month.” Everyone thinks it takes a lot of time ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 26
On this day in 1864, Pony Express Rider William F. Cody was born.  What do you think someone during that time period would think about today’s popular method of communication – email?   PDF

Today is “National Tell a Fairy Tale Day.” Instead of telling a traditional fairy tale, create and write ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 27
Today is “Polar Bear Day.”  Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) facts about the polar bear.  Next, create a story web that has a polar bear as the main character and incorporates your newly learned facts. PDF

February 27th is “National Strawberry Day.” Covered in chocolate, spread on your toast as jam, or eaten ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

February 28
On this day in 1849, gold seekers arrived in San Francisco, California.  Using resources in the classroom, learn five (5) facts about one of the following:
-Early gold miners
-Early uses for gold
Don’t forget to summarize them in your own words. PDF

February 28th is “National Public Sleeping Day.” Science has shown that different lengths of naps can provide ... - Premium Prompt (Grades K-12) *New*

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