Recognize the special occasions, people, events, ideas, traditions, and holidays connected with the second month of the year using these fun and free February writing prompts.
Not only do these February journal prompts for kids reduce writer’s block, they instill a love for writing, encourage creativity, sharpen writing skills, and help students express their thoughts.
That’s why these February writing prompts fit well as part of your collection of daily writing prompts.
So whether you’re seeking Valentine’s Day and February writing assignments or other February-themed literacy activities, this wonderful list of February writing prompts is sure to serve that purpose.
February Writing Prompts
The following February writing prompts work best for 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th, middle, and high school students.
1. Describe your favorite Winter Olympics game.
2. Write a short story about a ground hog that never sees its shadow.
3. Explain how to care for a class pet.
4. Draft a letter convincing your teacher to let students chew gum in class.
5. Write a letter persuading your parents to let you have ice cream for breakfast.
6. Share a time when you tried a new food and was pleasantly surprised.
7. Draft a letter to a pen pal describing traditions in your country. Then ask about his/hers.
8. Create a story about a child who wins a kite-flying contest.
9. Compose a series of math word problems about pizza.
10. Write about life on a rainy day from the perspective of an umbrella.
11. What makes a good friend?
12. Describe the significant accomplishments of Abraham Lincoln.
13. If you could change your name, what would you change it to and why?
14. Write a funny story about a cupid whose arrow breaks.
15. Explain the Superbowl to someone not familiar with the sporting event.
16. What new invention would you like to create and why?
17. Why do people say that kindness is contagious?
More February Journal Prompts for Kids
18. Create an acrostic poem using the word February.
19. Tell some ways that make February a unique month.
20. Write a short biography about a president (past or present) from your country.
21. Summarize the history and traditions of Mardi Gras.
22. Compare and contrast humbleness and pride.
23. Explain the concept of Leap Year.
24. Share an experience of attending a parade.
25. If an indoor plant could talk, what types of things would it say?
26. Rewrite the ending to your favorite fairy tale.
27. Write a story about a polar bear that lives in the Arctic.
28. Tell an experience of losing a tooth.
29. Persuade your principal to give students an additional week off for Winter Break.
30. Describe how your city looks during the month of February.
31. Write a letter to your best friend, telling how much you appreciate his/her friendship.
32. Summarize the benefits of responding to February writing prompts.
33. Pretend that your friend doesn’t know what to write about for Black History Month. Provide some ideas, and give examples of how you would elaborate each.
34. Write a short biography about an African American from the past who does not receive enough recognition.
35. What are the best things about the month of February?
February Writing Prompts Calendar 2023
To access these February writing prompts in PDF form, download the February writing prompts calendar.
Now you have a treasure-trove of delightful February writing prompts to use during writer’s workshop, as independent assignments, as bell work, or as homework.
Writing time just became a bit more exciting!
If you enjoyed these February-themed writing prompts, see more … daily writing prompts for each month.