June Writing Prompts

Looking for great summertime activities that are fun and help kids to use their imagination?! Look no further than these blazing hot June writing prompts. Too hot to go outside? Grab a big glass of lemonade and spend a little time journaling and letting your kid’s imaginations run wild. 

How Can I Use these June Writing Prompts?

There’s no such thing as June gloom when kids have these prompts to help them put their memories into words in a creative and fun way. It can be hard to keep kids busy when school is out. Using writing prompts helps them retain the skills of spelling, sentence structure, and grammar they were using in school and have fun while doing it! 

At Home

June is here and all of sudden your kids have a lot more extra time on their hands. Fill it with the opportunity for them to get their creative juices flowing while practicing grammar, sentence structure and penmanship. What a fun way to keep those skills fresh with school out of session!

In the Classroom

Writing is such a great way to keep your students engaged towards the end of the year, especially if they are writing about the fun that is to come when school is out. They can let their imaginations go free while they sharpen their writing skills. 

Benefits of Writing Prompts

Writing prompts take the frustration and guesswork out of what to write. Writer’s Block is a thing of the past when a child has writing prompts to guide their writing. Not only will you see an improvement in their spelling and grammar, but their imagination as well! Once they have completed these writing prompts let them get crafty and make paper bag puppet then make up their own story. This will help improve their creative writing skills.

37 June Writing Prompts

  • What are you looking forward to most this summer?
  • What is your favorite summer treat?
  • Would you rather swim in the pool or in the ocean? Why?
  • Do you like summer or spring better? Why?
  • Where is your favorite place to vacation?
  • What are your five favorite ice cream flavors?
  • What will you be doing for your father on Father’s Day?
  • What is your favorite summer memory?
  • What are you looking forward to in July?
  • If you could go anywhere this summer, where would it be?
  • Would you rather ride your bike or ride a skateboard? Why?
  • What are your top ten favorite things to do in the summer?
  • If you could be any fish in the ocean, what would you be? 
  • What is your favorite thing to take on a picnic?
  • What are your top five favorite things to do outside?
  • What is your favorite thing to do when you are camping?
  • Do you like to tell scary campfire stories? Why or why not?
  • If you were a ride in an amusement park, what would you be?
  • What is your favorite amusement park?
  • Would you rather go camping in the mountains or spend a day at the beach? 
  • You saw a shooting star! What will you wish for?
  • What is your favorite pool game? Why is this your favorite?
  • If you had to describe a perfect summer day, what would it look like?
  • What will you miss about school?
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  • What is your favorite way to cool off when it gets hot?
  • If you could have any superpower, what would it be? 
  • Imagine you are building a treehouse, what would it look like?
  • What was your favorite memory about the school year?
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  • If you had a time machine, where would you go? Why would you choose that place?
  • What was the most interesting thing you learned this school year?
  • What is something you will miss about summer when school starts again?
  • If you could build a giant sandcastle that you could live in, what would it look like?
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  • If summer lasted all year long, what would you do?
  • What are your favorite summer traditions?
  • If you were stranded on a deserted island, what are three things you would want to have?
  • If you could plan a perfect day with anyone, who would it be and what would you do?
  • What is on your summer bucket list?

What is a June writing prompt that we can add to the list? Share it in the comments and don’t forget to download these writing prompts to get your kids to love writing and spark all kinds of creativity. 

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