Halloween Writing Prompts

20 Writing Tips for Halloween!

What’s the most frightening thing that’s ever happened to you? Why was this so appalling?

Pretend the town mayor needs Halloween banned. Write a letter telling him it’s not a smart idea.

What was your best Halloween outfit ever? What’s making this so special?

Only claim to be in control of your Halloween class squad. Create a roadmap of what you are going to achieve. What sports are you going to look at? Which meal are you going to be eating?

If you could do only one, would you want to go to a Halloween party or go trick-or-treat? Why? Why?

If you want to read frightening stories or go watch frightening films? Whether, or not?

Write an acrostic Halloween poem using one of the following words: Halloween, demon, witch.

Onomatopoeias are terms that sound like what they say, like “crackle,” “squish” and “plop.” Create a tale about Halloween with as many onomatopoeias as possible.

Explain Halloween to those from another world where they don’t observe Halloween.

Creates a set of Trick-or-Treatment protection guidelines.

What is it that used to scare you but doesn’t? Why was this so appalling?

Write down the tale of a haunted house tour.

What Halloween beast do you think the most frightening is (ghost, witch, was wolf, goblin, mummy, etc.)? Why? Why?

Only imagine you’re questioning a vampire. Write down 10 things you’d ask him or her. Bonus: Please claim to be the vampire and address the questions.

The Scream is a sequence of Evard Munch’s drawings. Writing about your The Scream experiences. How are you feeling? What do you suppose the artist sought to express?

Any schools also combined Harvest Festival with Halloween. If you think it is a positive one or a terrible one? Why? Why?

Your buddies and you built a haunted house. Create a poster to tell them about it, and ask them to come and see.

Will you be investing $100 a night in a graveyard? Whether, or not?

Personification involves assigning artifacts of individual characteristics, such as emotions and feelings. A Jack-O-Lantern personified. Write a tale from the point of view of a Jack-O-Lantern.

Complete this sentence: I think, this Halloween …

27 Composing Halloween Prompts for Children

It was a stormy, gloomy night, when…

My friends and I knocked at the entrance, fooled or punished ….

Muhammad! The black cat was afraid ….

The white sheets with black eyes peering through costume holes did not offer any hint as to who the boy was …

Rolling down the street and floating cookies, I see ….

From the jack-o-lantern came a yellow light, maybe …

On this cold October evening, whirling winds bring chills down my back

They said the house had been haunted, but to me, it looked perfect, so ….

My friends and I enjoy going to Halloween trick-or-treat because …

I was getting the best Halloween fun as I …

My mum and dad enjoy Halloween …….

I was counting all my sweets when unexpectedly …

It’s fun to organize a Halloween Gathering … first you …

It was a cold night of Halloween when I saw.

The insane scientist created a new creature that would …

My friends and I enjoy going trick-and-treat because …

The big purple liquid cauldron began to boil as the …

When I heard, I got an odd sensation …

The enigmatic entity has begun to move in the air and …

The Halloween pumpkin is a …

The black cat went crouching and hissing as.

There was an odd noise in the closet so I opened the door and …

The white sheets with black eyes peering through costume holes did not offer any hint as to who the boy was …

When I saw I could not believe my eyes …

This tale you won’t believe but it’s real …

When I approached the haunted house attentively, the door shut behind me and …

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