Recognize the events, celebrations, precious moments, milestones, ideas, people, and holidays associated with the seventh month of the year using these fun July writing prompts for students and kids.
Even though this time of the year is usually a period of relaxation and vacations, students may want to keep their writing skills sharp plus their minds stimulated.
These July writing prompts will serve those purposes well.
Whether seeking writing activities for narrative, persuasive, creative, informational, or descriptive writing, these writing prompts about the month of July include a bit of each.
Even reluctant writers will move their pens to these fun July writing prompts!
July Writing Prompts
1. If there was no postal service, how else could people send or receive letters and packages?
2. Share a memory about when you forgot something very important.
3. Write a story about a scarecrow that comes to life.
4. Tell about a time when you saw a fireworks show on the 4th of July.
5. How could you motivate a sibling or friend to put forth his/her best effort in learning something new?
6. What are the absolute best things about the month of July?
7. Do you believe a person who wronged you deserves forgiveness? Why or why not?
8. Describe your favorite video game.
9. On a hot July day, what are some activities that families can do to stay cool plus entertained?
10. While walking in a toy store, a teddy bear waves at you. Write about what happens next.
11. Write a poem about the month of July.
12. Brainstorm a social media hashtag for July. What ideas, events, movements, and/or celebrations does it represent and why?
13. Share a memory about playing in a swimming pool.
14. In your opinion, what are the benefits of responding to July writing prompts?
15. Summarize a summer reading book you’ve been reading.
16. Write about a time when your family barbecued together.
17. Which emoji represents how you feel today, and why?
18. Describe a beach scene on the weekend in July.
More Writing Prompts for July
19. Write a letter to a friend, telling what you’ve been up to during the summer. Then ask about his or her break.
20. Draft a story about a hot dog-eating contest.
21. Describe the consequences of eating too much junk food.
22. Compare and contrast a bed vs. a hammak.
23. How is a cowboy’s life different from yours? Provide specific examples.
24. Write about an experience flying on an airplane.
25. Would you rather travel by car or by plane? Explain your choice.
26. Share a fun summer memory that involves an animal.
27. Draft a letter to your principal, persuading her to extend summer vacation.
28. If you could build a waterpark, what would be your most popular attraction? Describe it.
29. Plan a summer picnic in the park. What foods will you have, and what games will you play? Who is with you?
30. Provide examples and non-examples of being a good friend/bad friend.
31. Using the 5 senses, give the characteristics of watermelon.
32. Write about a vacation that started well but ended bad.
33. Compose an acrostic poem using the word patriotic.
34. Describe your favorite 4th of July activities.
35. Share a memory about a family reunion. Who did you see, what activities did you all do, and where was the event located?
36. Create a fun story about a group of neighborhood friends who like to run and bike through water sprinklers.
37. Write a diary entry from the perspective of an ant at a picnic.
If you would like a free printable of these cool July journal prompts, download July writing prompts calendar.
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