What are some good June writing prompts? Well, let us tell you…
Summer is a time for relaxation and fun, but it also possesses a certain freeing air of possibility. In the summer, kids have the chance to explore new things that they might not otherwise try during the school year. From spending time with new friends to starting a different routine, summer is the perfect time of year for kids to stretch their limits and find new aspects of their personalities.
This June, students will use the following journal prompts to try something new every single day. Some tasks are simple, like trying a new food or reading a new book—while others will require a little more creativity, such as creating a new language or spending a day without electronics. Some prompts will challenge students, as they work to help out more around the house or interview their grandparents about their lives. At the end of the day, students will journal about their experiences. By writing about what they did and the experience of trying something new, students enjoy the chance to branch out and see the benefits of pushing themselves toward new activities.
The summer offers a sense of freedom that is hard to find during the rest of the year. Encourage kids to explore new boundaries and seek out variety every day this June!
30 Fun June Writing Prompts
This month, you’ll try something new each day and write about your experiences. Write about the thing you tried and consider whether it was difficult to try something new. What did you enjoy (or dislike) about each new experience?
- A new food.
- A new game.
- Talking to a new friend.
- Going to bed at a new time.
- Complimenting everyone you talk to today.
- Spending more time outside.
- Sharing a special toy with a friend or sibling.
- Thinking of ways you can earn money.
- To create your own language.
- Listening to a different type of music.
- Cooking something new.
- Reading a book about someone from a different culture.
- To learn three new things you didn’t know before.
- Helping out more around the house.
- Asking lots of questions today.
- Visiting a neighbor.
- Wearing a mismatched outfit.
- Doing whatever a friend wants to do today.
- Memorizing a poem.
- Watching your old favorite movie.
- To go the entire day with no computer, television, iPod, or cell phone.
- To convince your parents to let you do something you’ve wanted to do.
- Doing something random and nice for someone else.
- To read a new book.
- To eat only healthy foods all day long.
- Interviewing your grandparents or a neighbor about their lives.
- Going through your room and finding things to donate.
- Using an accent or silly voice all day.
- To make something or do a creative art project.
- Doing something you normally don’t like and making yourself smile the whole time.
Until next time, write on…