Dinnertime Storytelling Prompts #68-71

By Jennifer L. Davidson

With Mother's Day less than a week away, I couldn't help but create writing prompts inspired by flowers and gardening. This mom is more than ready to plant some vegetables and fill our flower pots with some eye-popping color.


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#68 - The predicted high for the day was 70 degrees and Ginger couldn’t wait to get outside to plant the newly engineered seeds she invented in her laboratory. These seeds were going to change the world! What do the seeds produce? How do they change the world? Is Ginger a hero or a villain?


#69 - Devin wanted to surprise his mom on Mother’s Day with a big bouquet of flowers, so he went into the woods behind their house and picked every wildflower he could find. He then snuck inside to get his mom’s favorite vase. While arranging the flowers, he pricked his finger on a thorn and immediately became very tired. He had to lie down. What happened next?


#70 - Kelvin had a mission to complete. His grandpa told him that if he dug a hole deep enough, he’d eventually get to the other side of the world. So, Kelvin dug and dug until he was too tired, sweaty, and thirsty to go on. While he laid down to rest, he heard a noise from inside the hole. What or who was in the hole? Did he dig to the other side of the world?


#71 - Write down 10 adjectives to describe your mom. Read to her what you wrote and give her a big hug!

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