Spring Weather Writing Prompts

Here are 10 spring weather writing prompts you can use to ring in the season with your classroom or your own personal journal. If you enjoyed these prompts, buy the entire collection of 1,000 Writing Prompts for Seasons on Amazon.

751. On a sunny spring day, you and your family have decided to create a garden. What are some of the fruits, vegetables, and other plants you would include? What might be the toughest part of gardening and why?

752. It's been said that April showers bring May flowers. If you had a choice between a rainy April day and a day in May walking among the flowers, which would you choose and why?

753. Imagine that you had the biggest back yard in town and could use this grass-covered area to do whatever you wanted. What activities would you take part in using this wide open space? Would people come over to your house more often? Why or why not?

754. Create a conversation between two blooming flowers in the springtime. What would their thoughts be on the season and why?

755. A baby duck has lost its way and thinks that you're its mother! How will your day change now that you have a little duckling following you around everywhere you go? What will you do to make sure your duck has a healthy and happy life and why?

756. As you and your friends lie in the grass, you look up to the clouds and see what shapes you can see. What people, places, and things do you see mimicked in the white, puffy clouds? Do your friends see the same objects that you do? Why or why not?

757. Imagine that you could understand what birds meant when they sang throughout the treetops. What do you think they most often talk about and why? What would it sound like if you tried to sing back and why?

758. Spring is a time of birth and renewal for plants and animals as they go through their life cycles. What does plant and animal renewal mean to you and why? Do you think humans take part in this renewal process as well? Why or why not?

759. It is the first day of spring that's warm enough for you to go outside without a coat on. What will you do with this coatless freedom and why?

760. You and your friends are off to collect items and pictures for a spring scrapbook. What kinds of things would you find or photograph for the scrapbook that represent spring? What might you think when you look back on the scrapbook 10 years in the future and why?

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 19,000 copies. You can find him on and Facebook.

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    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 and Facebook.
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