Halloween Writing Prompts #2 Here are 10 Halloween writing prompts you can use to ring in the holiday with your classroom or your own personal journal. If you enjoyed these prompts, buy the entire collection of 1,000 Writing Prompts for Holidays on Amazon.
You've just walked into a huge Halloween costume shop filled with outfits and
decorations from top to bottom. Describe the entire shop and the parts of it
that appeal to you the most.
Imagine that you had the ability to carve a jack-o’-lantern into any shape you
wanted. What kind of face or object would you carve into it? How would people
react when they walked by when it was all lit up?
A spooky fog has started moving through your town on the morning of All Hallows Eve.
Is it a ghost, or some strange type of weather? Where did it come from and what
does it mean?
While this holiday is a ton of fun now, do you think you'll still want to dress up
in a costume when you get older? Why or why not?
In a spooky turn of events, everyone in your class has turned into their
costume! The princesses have become real princesses while the werewolves have
become scary creatures of the night. What would you become and how would your
Describe the creepiest, spookiest haunted house you can think of. What kind of
scares might you experience from the beginning to the end of your tour?
Write a dialogue between a vampire and a werewolf. What might these two
frightening creatures have to talk about and why?
What kinds of costumes do your family members tend to wear on Halloween? Who
has the better costumes, you or them? Why?
As you and some friends walk by a scary graveyard, you spot a witch drinking a
magic potion. Suddenly, the witch disappears and re-appears right next to you.
What happens next? 130. Imagine that you have been given the chance
to create your own candy for this October celebration. What would you call it and what
ingredients would go into it? Do you think other kids would like it?
Did you enjoy these holiday writing prompts? Buy a book full of holiday writing prompts today!
Done with Halloween? Go back to Holiday Writing Prompts.
Related Articles to Holiday Writing Prompts
Expository Writing Prompts
Essay Writing Prompts
Fiction Writing Prompt
Short Story Topics
Narrative Writing Prompts
First and Second Grade Writing Practice
Third and Fourth Grade Writing Practice
Fifth and Sixth Grade Writing Practice
1,000 Creative Writing Prompts
comments powered by
Written by Bryan Cohen
Bryan Cohen is the author of more than 30 books, many of which focus on creative writing and blasting through that pesky writer's block. His books have sold more than 20,000 copies. You can find him on Google+ and Facebook.
Write a Story Based on These Prompts or This Article!
Use the above prompts or article as inspiration to write a story or other short piece.