28+ February Writing Prompts

Keep on writing this month with these creative February writing prompts for 2021 (Take a look at our January Writing Prompts). From funny writing prompts about burping swans to reflective prompts on being kind to others, can you complete all 28 February writing challenges? Keep on reading this post to get your free February writing prompts calendar. 

The theme for February is love, kindness and friendship. Each prompt has been created to teach your child about love for others and themselves (See our Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts). We have even thrown in some funny random prompts to keep your students engaged throughout the month. These February writing prompts are great for first-grade students and can even be used in Kindergarten with a little encouragement.

February Writing Challenge

Complete each of the following February writing challenges for this month:

  1. Write down at least three goals that you want to accomplish this month.
  2. Write a love letter to someone you admire or look up to. Don’t worry it doesn’t need to be soppy or romantic. 
  3. Think about at least ten ways you can be kind to someone else. 
  4. Imagine you meet cupid one day and he needs your help to bring love back to the world. Continue this story.
  5. What is love? Describe love in your own words. 
  6. Write an acrostic poem using the word, February. 
  7. Write a story about a mouse who falls in love with a cat. 
  8. Create your own candy bar for Valentine’s Day and describe it. 
  9. Make a list of people that you love and explain why.
  10. Create a Valentine’s Day card to give to someone special. Who would you give it to? What message would you include in it?
  11. Can you invent a new theme park ride for your favourite theme park?
  12. Write a haiku poem about candy hearts. 
  13. Think of someone you don’t like and write down at least five nice things about them. 
  14. Write a day in the life story of cupid, the angel of love. 
  15. Describe the qualities that make someone a good friend. 
  16. Would you rather kiss a frog or lick a snail? Explain your answer. 
  17. Finish this story starter: There once was a selfish duck who wanted a whole ocean to himself.
  18. Imagine that you are an astronaut who discovers a new planet in the solar system. Describe this new planet.
  19. Describe and plan your dream dinner party. Who would you invite? What would you eat? What about the entertainment for the party?
  20. Would you rather learn the secret formula to being popular or the secret to having endless money? Explain your answer.
  21. Write a how-to guide on how to take care of your favourite pet animal.
  22. Write a newspaper article titled, Sweets Fall From The Sky Trapping Citizens Inside!
  23. Would you rather go on a date with a farting elephant or a burping Swan?
  24. Complete this sentence in ten different ways: When I’m upset, I love to…
  25. Describe a recent dream you had. 
  26. Write a fairytale about a talking sock who is looking for his pair.
  27. Write a story about a lonely polar bear who wants to lay on the beach.
  28. If you could meet a famous person, who would you meet and why?

Some bonus writing prompts for February:

  1. If you could take only one thing on holiday, what would it be and why?
  2. Would you rather be liked by everyone or loved by a few important people in your life?

Looking for more February writing prompts? Check out our post on 365 daily writing prompts.

February Writing Prompts Calendar Printable

Looking for inspiration this February? Download our free February writing prompt calendar for a daily writing challenge to keep you busy this month:

February writing prompts
Download your free February writing prompts calendar printable

If you finished our February writing challenge, then check out our March writing prompts challenge.

How many February writing challenges can you complete this month? Let us know in the comments below.

28 February Writing Prompts

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