Empower your 3rd graders to express their opinions and thoughts using these engaging persuasive writing prompts for 3rd grade students.
These journal prompts motivate kids to express themselves, help them to develop their writing skills, and prepare 3rd graders to take a clear stance on a topic.
Include a few of these third grade persuasive writing prompts in your lessons this week.
Persuasive Writing Prompts for Third Grade
1. Should the class have a classroom pet? Why or why not?
2. Convince your parents to allow you to stay up late one night during the school week.
3. Do you think every lesson incorporate a brain break? Why or why not?
4. Should virtual learning be an option from now on? Explain your thinking.
5. Convince someone why your favorite holiday is the absolute best.
6. Should families grow and raise their own food?
7. Are there really any good reasons to give homework everyday?
8. What are your thoughts about the school day being shorter?
9. Should kids be able to use cell phones during school time? Why or why not?
10. Persuade your sibling to play a board game with you.
11. Should kids be able to go to bed when they want? What bed time is reasonable for a weekday and for the weekend?
12. Persuade your mom/dad to let you open a gift one day before your birthday.
13. What do you think about not assigning homework to students with good grades? Is doing so unfair to those with poorer grades?
14. Persuade your teacher to give class rewards every week.
15. Convince the teacher to participate in a game or sport with the class during recess.
16. Persuade your parents to buy you a new pet.
17. Should the school week be shortened to four days?
18. What are your thoughts about responding to these writing prompts for 5th graders? Do you find them helpful in improving your writing or expressing your opinions?
19. Should smoking be illegal?
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