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    Year 3 Writing Prompt Guidelines

    Students will be tested on the ability to write that make sense to the reader and show a basic understanding of the writing task.

    The pieces of writing contain a few ideas related to the task and topic. The ideas are usually briefly expressed.

    The pieces of writing show evidence of some organisation of the subject matter (eg a simple beginning, middle and end in a story). However, they may also include irrelevant details, or ideas not well tied into the writing.

    In these pieces of writing, students use:

    • simple sentences, and some longer sentences using joining words like and, but, then, because
      • phrases and words to give information about the place and time of events (eg in the park, on the lid, on Monday, Today), and the means by which something is done (eg by bus, with a spoon)
    • words appropriate to the topic, including some subject-specific words
    • capital letters and full stops used correctly most of the time.

    The best way to get into writing is simply to write . . .

    and write . . . and write . . . freely. This practice helps you develop a feel for writing. To get started, you’ll need a topic to write about. Below, you will find lists of ideas to serve as starting points for personal or journal writing.

    Year 3 Writing Topics

    • My best birthday
    • My favorite family story
    • Magic tricks I can do
    • Amazing facts I know
    • The best house pets
    • Activities for outdoor fun
    • What I like about where I live
    • A place I’d like to visit
    • A sport I’m good at
    • Things I’d like to change
    • Book characters I’d like to meet
    • Things that are hard to believe
    • Funny things my pet has done
    • The weirdest house pets
    • Activities for indoor fun
    • A helpful person I’ve met
    • A great place to go
    • Having fun at school
    • A trip on a monorail
    • Water balloons!
    • A bicycle I’d like to have
    • Helping out around the house
    • My favorite baby-sitter
    • Swimming at the pool or lake
    • Unusual fruits and vegetables
    • Things to do in the snow
    • Dancing to music
    • A day in the desert
    • Something I wish would happen
    • What if there were no electricity?
    • Some things I like about the museum
    • My favorite board game
    • If I could fly
    • What makes me special
    • A walk in the woods
    • Who is beautiful?
    • Putting on a play
    • Our classroom pet
    • A dark hallway
    • Donuts for dinner
    • My dream
    • A great treehouse
    • My homework place

     


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