Incorporate the spirit of Easter into your lessons using these creative Easter writing prompts for kids.
Not only do these Easter writing prompts reduce writer’s block, they sharpen writing skills, instill a love for writing, and help students express their ideas.
So pencil into your upcoming instruction a couple of these cool and free Easter writing prompts.
What is Easter Writing?
Easter writing involves students sharing through writing their knowledge, opinions, feelings, and experiences about this religious holiday.
It’s a time for them to celebrate this day through fun and creative writing exercises.
Easter Writing Prompts for Students
Even reluctant writers enjoy responding to these fun Easter writing prompts.
Easter Creative Writing
- Write a story that centers around the following words and phrases: flowers, pastel colors, dyed eggs, chocolate bunny
- Give detailed instructions for how to dye and decorate an Easter egg.
- Write a letter, speech, or create a flyer convincing your friends to participate in the annual Easter egg hunt.
- For the past two years, you have been the Easter egg decorating contest champ. This year, however, you have decided not to participate. Explain to a friend using specific details how he or she can win the contest.
- Write about a typical day from the perspective of an Easter egg.
- List all the words (2-letter, 3-letter, 4-letter, and 5-letter) that you can create using the letters from the word Easter.
- Describe an Easter egg hunt to a child who has never participated in one.
- You have just finished decorating a batch of delicious Easter cookies. As you place sprinkles on top, one of the cookies jumps up and starts to run! Continue the story.
- E.A.S.T.E.R – Create an acrostic poem using the word.
- Write an article for the school newspaper giving tips on how to relax without using electronic devices during Spring Break vacation.
- Explain how to decorate and fill an Easter basket with goodies.
- Instead of eggs, you can replace your Easter basket with any type of treats that you want. What type of treats would you fill your Easter basket with and why?
- Write any creative story that you would like about Easter.
- In two to three paragraphs, write about the three best things about Easter. Provide specific details.
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Middle/High School Easter Writing Prompts
- The goal is to drop an egg on the floor without it breaking. What specific strategies might you try to keep the egg from breaking?
- You own a pet bunny that has gone missing! Draft a “Bunny Lost” advertisement describing what it looks like. Include any information that would help a stranger identify your pet.
- Write 10 words related to Easter or spring. Then compose a poem that includes these terms.
- Wild Card Prompt: Create any piece of writing you’d like about Easter. Your piece can be a comedy, mystery, fantasy, tall tale, poetry, comic, persuasive, informative, etc.
- Explain the Resurrection to someone who is not knowledgeable about it.
- Come up with a social media hashtag for Easter. What ideas, events, adventures, activities will your hashtag be known for?
- Describe the sacrifice Jesus made for Humanity.
- Imagine that you are an author for a publishing company and need to write a biography about the Easter Bunny. Draft the biography, and include the following information: birth date, place of birth, family information, childhood experiences, hobbies, significant achievements, challenges overcome in life, etc.
- You are in charge of designing a new Easter basket for the annual Easter egg hunt. Describe the basket you will design.
- Write five Easter writing prompts your teacher might like.
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Bunny Easter Writing Prompts
- You are a reporter and will have the chance to interview the Easter Bunny. Write a script with a list of questions you’ll ask him along with his responses. Use the 5 Ws + H (Who?, What?, When?, Where?, Why?, and How?) to help generate questions.
- Draft a tale about a day in the life of the Easter bunny.
- Write a combination of similes and metaphors to describe a bunny. See examples of kid-friendly metaphors and examples of kid-friendly similes if you need help.
- Write at least 2 to 3 paragraphs comparing and contrasting the Easter Bunny to 2 other holiday iconic figures (e.g. Santa Claus, reindeer, elf, gingerbread man, Jesus, Christmas tree, etc.). Provide clear details.
- Sketch an Easter bunny. Then write at least 2 paragraphs describing it.
- You’re so lucky because the Easter Bunny is going to spend a day with you at school! Write about this fun day. Share all the adventures you’ll experience.
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