This week’s picture writing prompts will stretch your young writers’ imaginations and test their skills with words.
1. The Heart-Shaped Hole
While you are walking home, you notice a heart-shaped hole suddenly appears in the hedge of your neighbor’s house. When you peek through, you see . . . Finish this story.
2. The Hole in the Hedge Mystery
You run a detective agency. One day, an elderly woman walks in. She wants to hire you to find out who cut a heart-shaped hole in her hedge and why. She suspects there is more to it than just vandalism because . . . Finish this story.
3. Tongue Twister
Write a tongue twister using the words heart, hole, and hedge as well as any other ‘h’ words that you like.
4. Make It Yours
Come up with your own piece of writing for this picture.
Be sure to come back each week for more picture writing prompts or check out my Picture Writing Prompts Weekly Series to see the complete list of links.
P.S. If you liked these prompts, I have more writing prompts for kids here. Enjoy!