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!
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Journal Entry Prompts: A Year of Writing Prompts for Elementary School Students— Daily writing and reflection time can be beneficial to people of all ages, but it’s especially valuable for elementary school students who are still learning how to think about and express their places in the world. When kids write regularly, they don’t just become […]
Shortly after the school year begins and the calendar turns to October, it’s time to start celebrating spooks and frights in your classroom. While many middle school students have moved on from the years of classroom parties, it’s still fun to get a little creative and a little scary with your lesson plans. Encouraging your […]
The first grade is a special year for many students—they’re finally in the same area as the older kids, and many children are attending school all day long for the first time. The following new writing prompts for first-grade students are geared toward kids in this special phase of their lives. Stretch the imaginations of […]
In these new October writing prompts, students will get to focus on a favorite topic: themselves. They’ll think about their interests by writing on their favorite games, hobbies, and family members.
Write for Fun Ideas— With these 31 fun writing ideas, you can give your students an exciting jumping off point for their writing. From writing about their favorite cartoon character to exploring favorite family traditions, these prompts will provide kids with some writing ideas that will allow them to just enjoy the fun and excitement that […]