Horses – kids just love them, especially all the little girls I know. When I was a young child I didn’t have many opportunities to ride a horse or even see one in real life, but I sure dreamed of having a pony.
Every time we offer a free resource about horses, people go crazy, so it’s safe to assume that these FREE Horse Themed Writing Prompts Packs will be a hit with your children.
We have 2 other themed writing prompt printable packs available for free as well. They were created for our subscribers along with the other dozen or so freebies that we have available when you sign up for our newsletter list.
You can view all free homeschooling resources for subscribers to see what’s currently available.
Scroll down to get access to these free writing prompt packs. Note, if you are already a subscriber, you can scroll to the bottom of any email we send you for a link to the subscriber freebie download page and find them all in one spot.
These horse themed writing prompts coming in two levels:
Beginning writers: Trace and Write – Creativity Prompts and Handwriting Practice for Early Learners (Horse Themed)
This early learner pack contains dashed lines for young ones who are learning how to trace and practicing pencil grasp. There is a simple sentence that they can trace and a place to illustrate their sentence (or whatever their heart desires) above the sentence.
If you have a beginning writer who can also write words on his or her own, there are a couple of additional lines that they can use to write their own words or sentences as well. You will find fun facts and other statements that are easy to trace.
There are also some blank pages at the end so they can get creative and write whatever they want and draw a picture of it above their sentences. There are 20 pages of creative writing and illustration prompts, one for each school day of the week for 4 weeks total.
Elementary students: Creative Writing and Illustration Prompts for Elementary Students (Horse Themed)
This free horse-themed creative writing prompts pack contains 20 total writing prompts, just like the one for early learners mentioned above. You will find a new writing prompt for each day of the school week for one month (4 weeks @ 5 days a week).
Written with regular lines for students who can write without dashed primary lines, you will find interesting writing prompts such as:
- Name 3 ways horses were used in history
- Write a poem about a cowboy
- I see a horse walking outside my window and….
You will also find an area at the top for your students to draw a picture illustrating their sentences/paragraph. There are also black and white pictures of horse related objects that can be colored. The entire printable pack (minus the cover) is in black and white so you can save on printer ink.
These printable writing prompt packs are for subscribers only. Click here to get access to these printable packs.
Note, if you are already a subscriber, you can scroll to the bottom of any email we send you for a link to the subscriber freebie download page and find them all in one spot.
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.
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