Royal Wedding Video Writing Prompts

K-2: Prince or Princess for a Day

You have been granted your wish to be a prince or princess for a single day. What would you do? Where would you go? What would you wear? (Write or draw a picture to express your answer)

3-5: Royal Introductions

Imagine that you have just become a prince or princess of your class. Your first duty is to introduce yourself to the school as the new classroom prince/princess. Write one paragraph introducing yourself and explaining why you will be a great representative for your classroom.

6-8: Royal Rules

Being a royal is a big responsibility. You are constantly in the public eye, expected to represent your country. Write 5 rules you think you would have to follow if you were in the royal family.

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9-12: Changing Role of the Monarchy

Throughout history, royal families were among the most influential individuals who had tremendous power, both over their people and internationally. Describe what you think the current role of royalty is in England and the world in general. Make sure to include their responsibilities, public perceptions and their role in relationship to other world leads.

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