Regardless of how much writing students are doing in their daily assignments, journal writing has a set of benefits entirely its own. Journaling helps students improve their writing skills, certainly – but it also helps them to think about topics in a new light
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The holiday season is a joyous time filled with love, laughter, and happy memories. It’s also a great opportunity for kids to get creative and have fun with some silly journal prompts. During December, students will have the chance to create their own stories
Writing Prompt Ideas– We all experience writer’s block at times and can use some help jump starting our writing, be it in our journal or elsewhere, and prompts can help overcome this problem. Journaling is a great way to refine your writing skills and to
Come explore this new listing of 39 holiday-themed writing prompts for kids.
New, Fresh Journal Writing Ideas for Students— Fresh journal prompts are always a great inspiration for students, whether they’ve been writing for years, or whether they’re just starting out. Journaling helps students work out problems on paper, create new ideas, and work through feelings and
Welcome Back to the Wonderful World of Writing Prompts for Middle School Students (Part 3/3) It’s very exciting in this wonderful world of journal writing prompts because there are just so many ideas to get inspired by! Before we get on with our third
In these 30 September daily writing prompts, students will reflect on political issues facing our world today. They’ll consider the benefits they enjoy by living in America as well as the challenges that being an American presents.
Though most kids have been teased or laughed at on occasion, some students have to deal with long-term harassment that is psychologically and physically harmful to their wellbeing. Bullying is a major epidemic facing today’s schools and children. From stealing someone’s lunch money to
A Brief Guide for Students about the Controversy Surrounding Edward Snowden and the NSA The world’s attention turned to concerns of privacy, surveillance, and American rights in June when former National Security Agency (NSA) employee Edward Snowden leaked a series of top-secret documents to
These 31 special writing prompts for August are the perfect way to help students think about the places they’ve been—and more importantly, the places they’re going.