Imagine you are a tomato trying to climb a pole so you can see over the fence that surrounds the garden…
If you’d like to add some variety to your children’s writing routine, grab this pack of ten writing prompts all about fruits and vegetables from WriteBonnieRose.com.
From apples to bananas, tomatoes to ears of corn, the goal of these writing prompts is to spark a story in your child’s imagination. This twenty-page set has ten writing prompts on ten fruit-and-vegetable-themed pages plus ten additional themed pages for extra writing.
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