Dairy Month Writing Prompts — June

Rebecca Graf
4 min readJun 1

Many people use writing prompts. They are handy when it comes to writing assignments in school or for a writer. Short stories. Novels. Poems. Writing prompts are fun and can come in any form: a phrase, a picture, a scenario, a song, an event. You can read a sentence and see what writing ideas come to you. You can look at a picture and discover a story lurking there.

June is Dairy Month. Here, you’ll find some writing prompts dedicated to this celebration. Use them as they are or as a launching pad for even better ideas for your writing. Use it for writing a short story, an essay, a book, a song, or a movie script. Don’t limit yourself.

How to Use Writing Prompts

It is so easy to use writing prompts. Pick one. Read it, look over it, mull over it. I typically review my writing prompt and then walk away for a bit, hours or days. Then I review it again to see what ideas have sprouted in my brain. The idea might come quickly or could take days. Everyone is different.

Writing prompts are literally a prompt to your creative mind. They are ideas and suggestions for you to take and create something uniquely yours. Inspiration is what they are.

Read info on Dairy Month. This is the basis of the writing prompts. Then more specific prompts are listed below that under a few different genres. You can take them literally or let them inspire another idea.

The Ins and Outs of Dairy Month

There is a special month for something every time we turn around. Because we just accept the numerous “holidays”, we end up not knowing how they came about. How did June become the official Dairy Month? According to The American Farm Bureau Federation:

June Dairy Month started out as a way to distribute extra milk during the warm months of summer. The commemoration was established in 1937 by grocer organizations sponsoring “National Milk Month.” By 1939, June became the official “dairy month” and is still celebrated today.

So, to help avoid wasting milk, a month was created where the consumption of milk is celebrated and encouraged. That means more bowls of cereal and more ice cream. I’m on board for that.

Rebecca Graf

Writer for ten years, lover of education, and degrees in business, history, and English. Striving to become a Renassiance woman. www.writerrebeccagraf.com