53 Black History Month Writing Ideas are Perfect for Elementary and Middle School Kids — While you’re teaching your students about Black History Month this February, engage them further by pushing them to learn about what Black History really means. Getting students to journal about important topics is a great way to get them thinking […]
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Every written material was made creatively as the writer scouts for words she must use, puts her thoughts into order and thinks of ways to appeal to the senses of the readers. On the other hand, creative writing is actually about writing poems, lyrics, songs, short stories, novel, drama, fiction and non-fiction. Creative writing is […]
A health journal is a fabulous place to keep track of all all aspects of one’s health, from issues to habits, improvements to challenges. Of course a health journal may be used by kids and adults alike.
If you are a health conscious person looking to create a healthier lifestyle
Fun Crafts for Kids (with a Journaling Twist!) Crafting is a fun activity for most children, but making crafts can mean so much more than a creating just a cute gift. Crafting can also provide a necessary outlet for creative freedom and a method to connect with other friends, family members (and across generational lines […]
Elementary Writing Ideas for the New Year — The start of a new year is a wonderful time for students to reflect on all of the places that a person has been, the things he or she has done, and all that was experienced during the previous year. The New Year is also a great […]
Halloween Writing Ideas for Elementary Students— Elementary writing may be practiced year round, but the holidays are a particularly fun time to encourage children to practice their creative writing skills. Halloween is a perfect time of year to engage the imaginations of kids and encourage them to get creative with their elementary writing practice. With […]