Mother’s Day Writing Ideas— Mother’s Day is special to kids for very obvious reasons, and there is little that thrills a mother more than to receive handmade Mother’s Day gift from her child. A fantastic gift idea for moms is to keep a “Mom Journal”. This special journal for mothers can be a single journal […]
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Questions to Get to Know Someone — Childhood is a time of exploration and self-discovery as kids learn who they are and how to navigate their places in the world. With that in mind, it’s little wonder that many elementary school kids are eager to tell people all about themselves and the things that interest […]
Writing every day in a diary can be overwhelming for young writers. Kids may feel they don’t have something important to say. Or they might get stuck writing the same thing for every entry. Yet writing in a diary is highly beneficial for children of all ages. They are able to process their feelings, record […]
The arrival of the new year is the perfect time to reflect on the places we’ve been and the places we’re going. Reflect using these 31 January journal prompts.
Holiday journaling is a wonderful way to get kids even more into the holiday spirit (if that is possible!) than they already are. Plus, it’s the perfect opportunity for kids to write about holiday-themed topics. To help kids get started with keeping a holiday journal, we suggest using some holiday writing prompt ideas and have a wonderful list of 41 prompts especially for young writers. Take a look!
Each year, people around the world celebrate Positive Thinking Day on September 13th. This very special day is a time to focus on all the good in the world and to look for the silver linings. These Positive Thinking Day journal prompts are designed especially to help elementary school and middle school kids learn the […]