Enchanted Learning Essays

An Adventure I'd like to have:If you could have any type of adventure at all, what would it be? Write a page on an adventure that you'd like to experience. Think of the wildest adventure you can imagine.

Go Back in Time: If you could go back in time and re-experience an event in your life, what would it be. Would you go back to change an event that happened or to re-experience a happy time? Or something else?

If I Could Be a Different Age...: If you could be any age at all, how old would you be (older or younger)? Write about why you would like to be this age and what you would do.

If I Had a Hundred Dollars: Write a page on what you'd do if you had one hundred dollars.

If I Had a New Name: If you could give yourself a new name, what would it be? Write about why you chose this new name and how it might change your life.

If I Turned into an Animal: If you had to turn into a different animal for a single day, what animal would you choose to become? Why did you choose that animal? What would do when you became that animal, and where would you go? How do you think you would feel when you were that animal? How would people treat you? How would other animals and people treat you?

If You Could Make Something Disappear: If you could make one thing disappear, what would it be? Write about what would happen once it disappeared. How would it change things? What you would do?

If I Were a Teacher: Write a page on what you would do if you were a teacher for a day. What subjects would you teach and how would you teach them?

If I Were the President: Write a page on what you'd do if you were the President. How would you change the world?

If I Could Have An Imaginary Pet: Draw and describe an imaginary pet that you would like (or not like) to have.

If I Could Improve the World: What you would do to improve the world? Think of actions you could take to help make the world a better place. June 23 is United Nations Public Service Day.

An Invention I'd Like: Think about an invention that you'd like to have or make. Write about what this new device would do and why you'd like to use it.

Invent an Animal: Invent a new animal -- describe what it looks like, what it sounds like, how it moves, and what it eats. Is it scary or cuddly or something else altogether? Would it be a pet or live in the wild (or in a zoo)?

A Magical Spell: If you could devise a magical spell, what would it be and what would it do? Write about why you chose this new spell and how you would use it.

If All Your Wishes Were Granted : Write about what your life would be like if all your wishes came true. How would it change your life? What you would do?

Message in a Bottle: If you were stranded on a deserted island and could send out one message in a bottle, what would you write in that message, and why would you write those particular things?

If I Could Change a School Rule: If you could change one rule at your school, which rule would it be and what would you change it to? Why did you choose that rule? Why is your rule better than the old rule?

My Superpower: If you could have one superpower, what would it be? Write a page explaining what the superpower is, why you would like to have it, and what you would do with this new power. How would your life change if you had this superpower?

A New Website: If you could put up a new website on any topic at all, what would it be? Write about why you chose this topic, what the website would contain, and who else you think might be interested in going to your site.

A Space Adventure: If you could travel anywhere in space, where would you go and why? What do you think it would be like there?

Stranded on an Island: If you were going to be stranded on a deserted island and could take three items with you, what three items would you take and why? The three items have to fit in an ordinary backpack. Describe each item fully and tell why you want each one.

Talk to an Animal: If you could talk to an animal, what animal would you talk to and what would you talk about? Why did you choose that animal? What questions would you ask that animal?

World Record: If you could hold a world record in something, what would it be? How would you go about attaining this world record? How would it feel being a world record holder?

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The following are printouts, crafts and writing activities that are designed to encourage and stimulate writing. The topics include writing short essays, writing reports, using graphic organizers to organize your thoughts before writing, printing and writing short books, and letter structure.

Picture Prompt Printouts


Write a story about the picture -- a separate printable page for many themes and for each letter of the alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, or go to a pdf file containing all 26 printable A-Z pages.

Finish the Sentence Printouts


Finish the sentence and illustrate it -- a separate printable page for each letter of the alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, or go to a pdf file containing all 26 printable A-Z pages.

Finish the Sentence Printouts - D'Nealian Font


Finish the sentence and illustrate it -- a separate printable page for each letter of the alphabet. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z, or go to a pdf file containing all 26 printable A-Z pages.
ESSAY TOPICS


Topic suggestions on many subjects. For early writers, these one-page printouts have enough writing space for a short essay. For more advanced writers, extra pieces of lined paper will be necessary to finish an essay.

Write a Sentence for Each Word


Write a sentence for each of the spelling words (in groups of 10 words).

Write a Question for Each Answer
Printable Worksheets


In these worksheet, the student is given a series of short answers. For each answer, the student writes a short question.

Triple Draw and Write: Writing Prompts


These pages make you think about a topic, both visually and analytically. For each topic question, the student illustrates three major ideas and writes about each of them. There are many topics, including: favorite animals (or a pdf of the worksheet),
scariest animals (or a pdf of the worksheet),
intersting bugs (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite clothes (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite desserts (or a pdf of the worksheet),
dislikes (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite foods (or a pdf of the worksheet),
least favorite foods (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite holidays (or a pdf of the worksheet),
important things (or a pdf of the worksheet),
Likes (or a pdf of the worksheet),
nicest people (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite pets (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite sports (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite toys (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite vehicles (or a pdf of the worksheet),
favorite weather (or a pdf of the worksheet), and many others.
Thought Bubbles and Speech Balloons: Writing Prompts

These poetry prompts have a student write a poem inside a picture. There are many themes, including:
Cat Thoughts or Cat pdf,
Dog Thoughts or Dog pdf,
Elephant Thoughts or Elephant pdf,
Fish Thoughts or Fish pdf,
Penguin Thoughts or Penguin pdf,
Feeling and Thoughts or Blank pdf,
Angry Thoughts or Angry pdf,
Embarrassed Thoughts or Embarrassed pdf,
Frightened Thoughts or Frightened pdf,
Happy Thoughts or Happy pdf,
Sad Thoughts or Sad pdf,
Sleepy Thoughts or Sleepy pdf,
Surprised Thoughts or Surprised pdf,
Worried Thoughts or Worried pdf,
Yelling or Yelling pdf,
and many others.


Mock Job Applications
On these printable worksheets, the student answers questions on mock job applications. Students can apply for a position as an astronaut, a clown, a snowman, a scarecrow, a veterinarian, and other real and imaginary occupations.

Poetry Prompts (To Print):

Writing Reports:

Print and Write Short Books

Correspondence: Writing Letters:

Miscellaneous

Poetry Prompts


Use these themed prompts to help you write poems.
T-Shirt Slogan

Write a slogan for a t-shirt. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.

Other Topics (Not Printouts):

Write a Silly Dinosaur Poem: A teacher's guide to writing a funny dinosaur poem.

Write a haiku poem.

Guide to Writing a Dinosaur Report - How to go about the daunting task of writing a paper on a dinosaur (or other creature).

For younger students: A teacher recently wrote and told of a great way to get students to write. She had two stuffed animal mascots in her classroom. Each animal had a notebook and every weekend a different child took the stuffed animal and the notebook home and wrote about what they did together over the weekend. On Monday mornings the class read, discussed and critiqued the writing. It was a great way to get kids to write and they LOVED it.


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