68 Imaginative and fun writing topics for 3rd graders

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The writing topics for 3rd graders are designed to help children tap into their imagination. It can also be used to help them express their feelings.

The best way to use the writing topics for 3rd graders is to ask them to write their thoughts in a journal notebook.

Journaling can be a great activity for children to reflect on their emotions.

The writing topics for 3rd graders can also be used by parents to help understand what their child is thinking.

Writing topics for 3rd graders:

  1. What is your favorite quote of the day
  2. If I was a teacher, I would teach…
  3. If I can become a parent for one day, I would…..
  4. If you can have anything for your birthday, what would you wish for?
  5. If a puppy can talk to you, what would it say?
  6. If you can go anywhere in the world, where will you go?
  7. If you can be a superhero, what would your superpowers be?
  8. If you are the president of your country, how will you run the country?
  9. What is your favorite holiday season?
  10. Write down the things that make you sad. What can you do to not let those things make you sad?
  11. What is your favorite Halloween character?
  12. If you can have one dream that will come true, what will you dream about?
  13. What do you want to be when you grow up?
  14. Write a thank you letter to your parents.
  15. Write a story about a dog who is your homework.Check out the Awesome Adventure Journal

  16. What is your favorite movie? What do you like about the movie?
  17. Change the ending of the Cinderella story.
  18. If you can fly, where will you go?
  19. What is your dream holiday?
  20. What new skills would you like to learn?
  21. If you can be great at one musical instrument, what would you like to learn?
  22. What is your favorite subject in school? Why do you like this subject?
  23. Write a story of getting lost with your best friend.
  24. Who is your best friend? What do you like about your best friend?
  25. Write a story about your family.
  26. Write a story about a cat who couldn’t find her home.
  27. If flowers and trees can talk, what will they say?
  28. Who do you think has the best job in the world?
  29. If you can meet one famous person, who would you like to meet?
  30. Who do you admire the most in your home?
  31. If you are in charge of managing a zoo for one day, which animal would you like to manage?
  32. If you can have one animal that you can keep at home as a pet, what animal would you like to keep?
  33. What do you think is the hardest job of being a snail?
  34. What do you do when you are feeling down?
  35. What are the best ways you like to relax?
  36. What is your favourite music? If you can change the lyrics of that song, how will you change it?writing topics for 3rd graders
  37. Who are the people that will cheer you up when you are feeling down? Can you write a thank you letter to them?
  38. If you can spend the weekend building something, what would you like to build?
  39. What is your favorite Disney movie? Why do you like this movie? Do you think the main character is a hero?
  40. Write a story about the best weekend you had with friends or family.
  41. What is the hardest thing you have ever had to do?
  42. What is your favorite sport? Why do you like that sport?
  43. List things that you can’t do YET. What can you do to be better at them?
  44. Do you think aliens exist?
  45. If you can be an astronaut, which planet would you like to visit?
  46. What is the best thing about being a child?
  47. What is your favorite nursery rhyme?
  48. What do you think is the job of a school principal?
  49. Make a list of household chores you should do at home
  50. Make a list of unhealthy things you should stop doing.
  51. If you can only take 3 people with you to go to Disneyland, who would you take with you?
  52. Write down 10 things you like about yourself.
  53. If you are a magician, what magic tricks would you do?
  54. Describe yourself in 50 words.
  55. Finish the sentence: Today I woke up and……….
  56. Write about a joke you recently heard.
  57. Write down a list of things that makes you happy.

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  58. What present would you like to get for Christmas?

Imaginative writing topics for 3rd graders:

  1. What do you think would happen if Santa rode a dragon instead of a Reindeer in his sleigh?
  2. Write about your favorite book.
  3. You found a secret door in your home. Where do you think it leads when you open it?
  4. You found a treasure in your back garden. What was the treasure?
  5. You woke up one morning to find out that you were the last person on earth. What happens next?
  6. You found a mermaid in a lake near your house. What did the mermaid say to you?
  7. Imagine being a lead singer in a music band. What kind of music will you sing? How many people are in your band? What is the name of your band? What is the title of your song?
  8. How do you think you will be living if there was no electricity?
  9. Use your own imagination and create your own store. What will you sell? What is the name of the store? Where will the store be located?
  10. If you can open your own restaurant, what food will you serve? What will you name the restaurant? How will you decorate the restaurant?

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