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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #4
Students are asked to think critically and hone their reflective writing skills with this thoughtful writing prompt based on a Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. quote.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Writing New Year’s Resolutions
Writing New Year’s Resolutions
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Writing New Year’s Resolutions
Get students looking ahead and setting goals for themselves in the new year with this resolutions writing worksheet.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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A Letter to My Younger Self
A Letter to My Younger Self
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A Letter to My Younger Self
Learners offer advice to a younger version of themselves in this engaging reflective writing activity.
6th grade
Social emotional
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Reflection Prompt: Mirror and Window Identity Activity
Reflection Prompt: Mirror and Window Identity Activity
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Reflection Prompt: Mirror and Window Identity Activity
Encourage students to explore the notion of identity with this reflective writing and drawing prompt!
6th grade
Social emotional
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Would You Rather? Prompt #1
Would You Rather? Prompt #1
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Would You Rather? Prompt #1
Give your students a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Topic: Mental Health Awareness Month (May)
Respond to a Topic: Mental Health Awareness Month (May)
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Respond to a Topic: Mental Health Awareness Month (May)
Students read background information about May as Mental Health Awareness Month and then respond to reflective questions.
6th grade
Social emotional
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Would You Rather? Prompt #2
Would You Rather? Prompt #2
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Would You Rather? Prompt #2
Give students a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Writing Prompt: Describe a Personality Trait
Writing Prompt: Describe a Personality Trait
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Writing Prompt: Describe a Personality Trait
Get students thinking deeply about their personality traits with this engaging reflective writing prompt!
6th grade
Social emotional
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Write a Letter of Appreciation
Write a Letter of Appreciation
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Write a Letter of Appreciation
Write a heartfelt letter to someone who has impacted your life with this SEL writing prompt for middle grades!
6th grade
Social emotional
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What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
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What’s Your Argument? Internet Access
Should all people have a right to internet access? Argue your stance in this argument writing prompt worksheet and rubric for middle school!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
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What’s Your Argument? Outdoor Time
Are kids today spending enough time outdoors?  Make your case in this argument writing prompt worksheet and rubric for middle grades!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #3
Give students another opportunity to think critically and practice their writing skills with this engaging writing prompt, featuring a quote by Helen Keller.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Pre-Reading Activity
Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Pre-Reading Activity
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Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Pre-Reading Activity
Prepare students for reading The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan by accessing and building background knowledge with this pre-reading activity!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Podcast Episode Graphic Organizer
Respond to a Podcast Episode Graphic Organizer
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Respond to a Podcast Episode Graphic Organizer
Use this graphic organizer to guide students' reflections after listening to an episode of a podcast.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Novel Study: Esperanza Rising: Different Point of View
Novel Study: Esperanza Rising: Different Point of View
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Novel Study: Esperanza Rising: Different Point of View
After reading Esperanza Rising, get students thinking about point of view with this creative novel study extension activity!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Would You Rather? Prompt #4
Would You Rather? Prompt #4
Worksheet
Would You Rather? Prompt #4
Give your students a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
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What’s Your Story? My Most Memorable Day
Get students thinking, reflecting, and writing with this middle school narrative writing prompt and rubric!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Analyzing Characters’ Dialogue
Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Analyzing Characters’ Dialogue
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Novel Study: The Lightning Thief: Analyzing Characters’ Dialogue
After finishing Rick Riordan’s The Lightning Thief, students reflect on the author's use of dialogue and literary techniques to drive the story.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #2
Give students an opportunity to think critically and practice their writing skills with this thoughtful writing prompt based on a Nelson Mandela quote.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
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Respond to a Topic: National Hobby Month (January)
Students read background information about January as National Hobby Month and then respond to reflective questions.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #1
Give your students a chance to think critically and practice their writing skills with this engaging writing prompt.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
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What’s Your Story? An Accidental Discovery
Give blossoming authors a chance to practice their creative writing skills with this realistic fiction writing prompt and standards-based rubric.
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Would You Rather? Prompt #3
Would You Rather? Prompt #3
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Would You Rather? Prompt #3
Give young writers a chance to voice their opinion and practice their writing skills with this fun “would you rather” writing prompt!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #11
Respond to a Quote: Prompt #11
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Respond to a Quote: Prompt #11
Invite students to think deeply and hone their writing skills with this relatable writing prompt based on a quote by Anne Frank!
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
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What’s Your Story? My Favorite Person
In this nonfiction writing worksheet, students will practice their narrative writing techniques as they draft a story about their favorite person
6th grade
Reading & Writing
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