Here’s some narrative essay writing prompt suggestions for fifth grade students to get them started writing: Narrative writing is usually the easiest for children to do.
These 5th-grade writing prompts (or fifth grade essay topics) are written for students in grade five.
A few of these prompts are taken from other people’s lists of writing ideas; for each of those, I’ve given you a link to the original source so you can check out the whole list if you want even more prompts.
I hope these prompts have given you lots of ideas to write about!
Would you rather wear a swimsuit in a snowstorm or a snowsuit in the desert heat?
Other than removing your suit, what could you do to become more comfortable? Would you rather wake up to find that you’re 7 years younger or 7 years older?
I’ve split them into different types of prompts – imaginative prompts, non-fiction/essay prompts, short story prompts and journaling prompts – but feel free to use them in any way you like.
For instance, you might choose one of the imaginative prompts and use it as the basis for a story.
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