OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

September 30, 2022

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

Are you currently teaching opinion writing? Persuasive writing can be challenging, however these 2nd & 3rd Grade Opinion Writing Prompts and Would You Rather Questions will inspire even your most reluctant writers!

If you’re wondering how to teach persuasive writing to elementary students, then this jam packed resource of fun writing prompts, anchor charts, opinion writing sentence starters, persuasive writing examples for kids, lessons, teacher notes and more is for you. This unit is ideal for whole class writing lessons, writing centers, small group writing activities, independent work and writer’s workshop too!

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

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OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

OPINION WRITING PROMPTS FOR THIRD GRADERS

1. A digital video link to hook your students’ attention and introduce them to Opinion Writing

2. Lessons and Teacher Notes

3. ‘Would You Rather’ Question Worksheets are a great resource is you’re wondering what are some good writing prompts. Super fun and motivating, these writing worksheets will engage  2nd or 3rd graders:

  • a house or castle?
  • a bird or mouse?
  • a clock or chair?
  • a duck or frog?
  • butterfly or snail?
  • cat or dog?
  • fish or bat?
  • guitar or violin?
  • shoe or hat?
  • square or triangle?
  • tiger or elephant?
  • car or bike?
  • pencil or scissors?
  • paint or read?
  • write or sing?
  • Spelling or Math?
  • Science or Social Studies?
  • piano or drums?
  • flower or plant?
  • baker or nurse?
  • carriage or car?
  • caterpillar or slug?
  • ladybug or spider?
  • firefighter or teacher?
  • cow or pig?
  • rabbit or rat?
  • owl or dinosaur?
  • coach or vet
  • clarinet or violin?
  • Extra lined paper is provided for each individual writing template (for differentiation purposes)

 

4. The following Anchor Charts/Posters are provided:

  • What is Opinion Writing?
  • An Example of Opinion Writing
  • How Can You Persuade People?
  • Convincing Language
  • Writing Opinion Prompts

 

5. The following Opinion Writing Sentence Starters are included on flash cards which are ideal for display on Opinion Writing Bulletin Boards for ready reference:

  • I believe
  • I think
  • I feel
  • It is certain that
  • My idea is
  • Definitely
  • Absolutely
  • Without a doubt
  • Firstly
  • Secondly
  • Thirdly
  • In my opinion
  • To summarize
  • In conclusion

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