Winter Writing Topics for Kids
Finding activities to keep your children engaged during the winter can be challenging. Our February Journal Prompts for Kids will help encourage children to enjoy writing from a young age and will be beneficial through their school years. Creative writing prompts are a perfect activity for a snowy or cold day and are a great distraction to keep them occupied for a while.
These interactive writing prompts cover a variety of winter topics to inspire and engage your young writers. You may consider purchasing a composition notebook from the dollar store to keep an ongoing notebook of writing entries.
Encourage your children to think, reflect, be creative, silly, or serious with their writing. We want writing to be fun!
What do you write in February?
I’ve divided this month’s creative writing prompts into two popular February categories – Valentine’s Day and Winter. Nothing says February like chocolate, valentines, snow, sledding, and skiing! The list goes on and on!
Here are some February journal prompts to inspire your students.
Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts
- How do you show love to your family?
- What makes you feel loved?
- Love is…
- The people in my life that I love are…because…
- Why is it important to tell people you love them?
- Write a story about friendship
- Write a Valentine’s poem and share it with someone you love
- Love feels…
- Write about a relationship that is important to you.
- Would you rather give or receive a Valentine?
Winter Creative Writing Prompts
- What is your favorite part of winter and why?
- Write a poem about snowflakes.
- What is your favorite outdoor winter activity?
- Write a short story about ice skating
- Do you have any memorable snowstorms? Tell us about them.
- Write a story about a talking snowman
- It’s a chilly, snowy day. Do you choose to go outside or stay in? Why?
- How do you feel about snowball fights?
- What is your favorite season? Why?
- How do you warm up after an active day outside in the snow?
Wintertime is a perfect time to hunker down with a pencil and paper or your computer and practice your writing skills. Have fun!