This is a collection of drawing prompts ready to print and use as morning work, as a creativity stimulator during the school day, or for early finishers in a classroom. All 25 pages are similar in format but each has a different positive drawing theme suggested. Examples include prompts that ask students to "Draw something that makes you happy" and "Draw something you want to try". Similar to a journal with writing prompt, this activity helps students open their mind to new possibilities and get creative.
Try using one of these drawing prompt sheets per day and saving them in a folder. After 25 days of positive drawings, your students will have a happier attitude about their schoolwork and a collection of memories to share!
Draw Something- 25 Drawing Prompts for Students
This set of activities will be delivered digitally after checkout and a link to download will be sent to the email address you provide. The file is a PDF and a printed copy will not be provided. You may print for student use, or share with children on any device that has the capability to open PDF files.
This lesson series was created to be used with students as they begin their school day. Our teacher designed this for students in fifth grade to help them transition from their busy mornings to a cheerful and peaceful school day.
Suggested for use with students in third grade, fourth grade, and fifth grade. A great activity to help children relax and work independently.