Whether you’re teaching summer school or living in a part of the world where school is still in session, these spectacular June writing prompts are sure to come in handy as you plan June writing activities.
Incorporating June daily writing prompts into your writing instruction highlights the events, ideas, activities, holidays, and themes connected with the month of June.
Additionally, these June writing prompts inspire a love for writing, build writing skills, spark imagination, and encourage self-reflection plus critical thinking.
No longer will students wonder what they should write about in summer.
So try out these delightful writing prompts that celebrate the sixth month of the year.
June Writing Prompts
1. During the month of June, what types of fun activities will you do?
2. Select a topic related to the month of June, and make a list of things connected to the topic for each letter of the alphabet.
3. Write the best things about the month of June.
4. Explain, step-by-step, how to make a milkshake.
5. Write a story about two friends taking a hot air balloon ride.
6. Describe the benefits of gardening.
7. Create a new ice cream flavor. Describe it.
8. Share the memory of how and when you met your best friend.
9. Explain the pros and cons of summer vacation.
10. Write a letter to your teacher, trying to convince her/him to allow the class to write in pen during math.
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11. Compare and contrast popcorn vs. corn on the cob.
12. Describe what your town or city looks like during the month of June.
13. Tell the similarities and differences between summer and winter clothing.
14. What do the colors and designs on your state flag represent?
15. Compose a poem that feels happy.
16. Why is it important to eat veggies on a regular basis?
17. Write an article for the school newspaper, encouraging students to eat vegetables every day.
18. Explain what makes your dad (or father figure) so great.
19. Share an experience of going on a picnic.
20. Describe the best outdoor activities to do in June.
21. Share your favorite memory from the past summer.
22. Brainstorm a social media hashtag for the month of June. What ideas does your hashtag represent?
23. If you could choose any color to represent your personality, which would you choose and why?
24. Write about a memory of losing a tooth.
25. How would your life be different if you lived 100 years ago?
26. Tell about a time when you forgave someone for mistreating you. What happened, and how did things end?
27. Design a cool new pair of sunglasses. Make a quick sketch, and then describe them.
28. Explain why someone would say that June is the best birthday month.
29. Write a diary entry from the perspective of a beach towel.
30. What fun things does your family like to do in June?
31. Share about a time when you felt really bored during a summer vacation.
32. In your opinion, what are the benefits of responding to June writing prompts?
33. Compose a haiku about a topic related to the month of June.
34. Would you rather skateboard, bike, or ride a scooter? Explain your choice.
35. Convince your family to spend a day at the beach.
36. The newspaper headline reads, “Storm On the Horizon!”. Write the news story.
37. Explain how to do a jumping jack.
38. Describe relaxation, and provide examples of what this state looks like in action.
39. Create a guide that shares tips for staying healthy.
40. Draft a letter to the month of June, sharing everything you love about it.
41. Write the pros and cons of being a Girls or Boys Scout.
42. Compose a funny story about a kid who glides down a river in a doughnut boat.
43. Devise a business plan for a lemonade stand. What items do you need, where will you be located, and how will you attract customers?
44. Create a humorous story about the letter M running away from the alphabet.
45. Would you rather hike in the forest or swim in the ocean? Explain your choice.
46. Write a diary entry from the point of view of a firefly.
47. Create five June writing prompts that will be fun to share with others.
48. Tell a memory of when you learned how to do something difficult.
49. Imagine that you are the captain of a cruise ship. Describe the journey. Where do you go?
50. Summarize a chapter of a book you’re currently reading.
51. Create a story about a backyard bar-be-que summer celebration.
Final Thoughts Writing Prompts About June
You’re all set to celebrate the traditions, special events, and memories of the sixth month of the year using these fun June writing prompts.
If you would like a free printable (PDF) of these journal prompts, download the June writing prompts calendar.