Writing Prompts: The Spring Edition

Spring has sprung, the grass has risen, and it’s time to grow some story seedlings. With the scent of tulips in the air and the hopes of summer vacation approaching, take some time to plant words in the fertile sod of paper with these spring-themed writing prompts.

Spring Writing Prompts

  1. Elise is a poor, avid gardener who has just started planting flowers for a new employer when she discovers buried treasure in one of her employer’s plots. What happens next?
  2. Graduation is approaching, but Tyler might not get his diploma unless he can raise his failing history grade in the last week of classes. How does he do it?
  3. Burt’s new neighbor, Katherine, loves flowers, and he wants to impress her by growing a whole garden of them in his yard. Unfortunately, they all seem to die. What does he do next?
  4. Gretchen has run her church’s annual spring picnic in May for the past 20 years. However, this year, the snow isn’t melting in time for the picnic. What does she do?

Do you know any more great spring writing prompts? If so, then share them in the comments below, on Facebook, or on Twitter.

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