Fun Writing Ideas and Journal Prompts— As an educator, you know that writing is a critical skill that students must develop in order to succeed in the future. Regardless of their age or grade level, writing should be an integral part of your curriculum. For many students, writing can be hard work, so it’s important to be creative and make the writing process enjoyable. Using fun writing ideas, you can help your students learn to love writing.
Fun writing ideas are useful no matter which grade level you teach or which subject you specialize in. These ideas can be incorporated into any curriculum or modified for any age group. They are designed to inspire creativity and to help students appreciate the benefits of writing on a regular basis.
The benefits of these fun writing ideas are virtually endless. Not only will these ideas allow students to write freely about their own feelings and their personal interests, but they also will give students an opportunity to practice the technical skills needed to be a strong writer. From improving their spelling and grammar skills to exploring different perspectives and developing conflicts within their writing, students will find that fun writing ideas allow them to naturally become better writers.
Journaling can be incorporated into any classroom setting. It doesn’t matter if you are a science teacher that focuses on hands-on experimentation or a personal fitness teacher who wants students to keep a health journal, you can use fun writing ideas to enhance your curriculum.
Fun Writing Ideas
Writing does not have to be a challenging chore for your students. Check out the fun writing ideas listed below, and see which ones will be the perfect fit for your own classroom. Now is the best time to introduce a few new ideas and help your students learn to love writing!
1. What benefits do you receive when you help someone else?
2. Write a poem about yourself.
3. If you could set a world record, what would it be for? Why?
4. What is the best way to make new friends?
5. Can boys and girls be friends? Why or why not?
6. Write a poem about what it’s like to be your age.
7. What was your favorite toy when you were younger?
8. What is your least favorite chore? What don’t you like about it?
9. What would you do if you had a time machine?
10. If you won $1 million, what would you do with it?
11. How would your parents describe you?
12. How do you think the world will change in the next 15 years?
13. Would you rather have money or fame? Why?
14. Write about a family member who you’d like to get to know better. How can you connect with this person more often?
15. What does your dream car look like? Where would you drive it?
16. What is your favorite food? What do you like about it?
17. What does it mean to be tolerant?
18. Write about something that you always have with you.
19. Write a thank-you letter to someone who has helped you. Don’t forget to send it!
20. Do you think that libraries will still exist in 15 years? Why or why not?
21. If you could improve one of your senses, which would you choose? Why?
23. If you were a vegetable, what kind would you be? Why?
24. Who is your favorite actor or actress? What is his or her best role?
25. Write about something new you’re excited to try.
26. What is your favorite animal? What do you like about it?
27. Think of an invention that you wish someone would make. What purpose would it serve?
28. What makes a day a good day?
29. Would you rather road trip around America or take a first-class flight to Europe? Why?
30. How are various types of love different from one another?
31. Write about a time when you surprised yourself. What did you do?
We hope you enjoyed these 31 fun writing ideas and journal prompts for kids.
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