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Creative Writing Prompts for All Ages
In these creative writing prompts ideas range from the silly to the serious, with questions on superpowers, talking penguins, gender equality and everything in between.
Whether you're looking for a new way to keep your 4th grade kids occupied on a rainy day or hoping to help your class branch out in their writing, journaling can be a wonderful tool to inspire and motivate kids to express their thoughts.
Funny Picture Writing Prompts | HoJo's Teaching Adventures
Make the most of your writing block with these funny picture prompts! Go here:
100 Writing Prompts and Story Starters for Middle School and High School
Need a creative idea for your next story? Grab this list of 100 writing prompts and story starters to get your creative juices flowing.
Children's picture book art for Please Bury Me in the Library by J. Patrick Lewis (Author), Kyle M. Stone (Illustrator) www.kylemstoneart.com
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Picture Writing Prompts
Getting started when beginning a writing piece is where most of my students struggle. It doesn't seem to matter what grade I teach, they all have the same issue. My eighth graders told me the same thing my first graders tell me now, "I don't have anything to write about." One way to help students get started is through picture writing prompts. A picture can get the student writer thinking...the biggest step. In that spirit, I have created some picture writing prompts. After the picture…
Creative Writing Story Starters for Students!
Boost your kids' creativity! Promote imagination and adventure with these new journal prompts and creative writing story starters. Regardless of whether they write silly, scary, or serious stories, students will love the chance to write something unique!