Show how much creativity Harry Potter fans can muster. Write down things associated with Hogwarts in this acronym activity. You can create a themed worksheet, or get really creative and create a Hogwarts poem.
J. K. Rowling has brought us Harry Potter & The Sorcererï¿½s Stone, The Chamber of Secrets, The Prisoner of Azkaban, The Goblet of Fire, and now The Order of the Phoenix. This writing prompt crosses lines between all of the books for your general thoughts on all things Harry Potter.
You’ve just become a student at Hogwarts, and you need to make some basic decisions about school life in the world of wizards. Use these writing prompts to write in your journal this week…
Were you sorted into the house of Gryffindor? Write down things associated with your house in this acronym activity.
Diagon Alley . . .Wands, treats, cloaks, books, and magical creatures are just a few of the things you will discover in these shops. So wander the streets of Diagon Alley and explore them in your journal this week.
In the movie, Harry Potter and the Sorceres Stone, we are introduced to Gringott’s Bank, the main banking establishment of the wizarding world. Use this information to work on your journal entries this week and have fun!
What would it be like to be a Wizard in a Muggle home? More than that, what would it be like to live with the dreaded Dursleys? Use these writing prompts to explore your feelings…
If you’ve read one of the Harry Potter books, you’re familiar with the Hogwarts Express. Now it’s time to pick up your pencil and explore a trip on this magical train….
Change is a major theme running through all of the Harry Potter books. At some point in our lives, we grow up and this is perhaps the most important change. This Harry Potter writing prompt is centered around the idea of change.
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