A great writing topic can fuel a writer's need to help get the creative juices flowing. Look at these topics for writing today!
In these 32 daily journal ideas, students will specifically consider questions that help them get to know themselves better. They’ll stop and look back to recall their favorite memories, analyze their own talents and skills, and think about their goals for the future.
Creative journal prompts are one of the best ways to help your students learn that self-expression is a beautiful and freeing thing& these all-new daily writing prompts are a great way to get started.
Look at these! All-new daily writing lessons for Grade 3, 4 & 5 are designed to introduce your students to a variety of writing styles and to a number of different types of creative expression. The prompts focus on unique genres and ask your students to develop an array of skills as they craft reports based on interviews, descriptive essays, poetry, reflections, persuasive essays, short stories, and reviews.
In these all-new prompts, your students will write about themselves! These themed writing prompts for 1st to 5th grade students are all centered around the ideas of identity and personality.
See these writing ideas for Tweens! These 59 new creative writing prompts play somewhere in the boundary between childhood and the teenage years. Help your students understand the importance and value of their own ideas with these creative writing prompts for tweens.
Energize your students’ writing with these new creative writing ideas for kids! When they’re having so much fun writing, they might not even realize all the things they’re learning.
See these new prompts! As your kids journal about the power a smile can hold, they will begin to realize the power they hold inside themselves.
These 58 new writing ideas for kids ages 7-14 will enthuse students and get them excited about writing. There's something for everyone here, with questions ranging from silly daydreams about being a super-secret spy to deeper thoughts about sources of inspiration. Students can write letters to their future selves, or they can imagine what life might be like on another planet.
These are great journaling prompts for everyday journaling in the classroom. I would use this with my students when we do daily journaling.
I'm really considering doing these prompts maybe they would be good for my soul
These 60 new kids writing ideas for students ages 7-14 will set them off on an adventure on the page. Students can consider important issues such as the right thing to do with a lost wallet or the qualities necessary in a good friend. They can also get imaginative with prompts asking them to write a sequel to a fairy tale or a story about life on a pirate ship
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