Would you like to get involved? What does your kite look like. A space ship has landed and you have an alien for a teacher for one day. Here are some great new topics to jump-start your creative juices and hopefully get you excited about the things going on this month so you can put pen to paper and write on! Write out your favorite things about your kids. Since it's almost springtime, let's use the analogy of a pebble thrown into a thawing pond where the ripples continue to reverberate! If not; write about what you'd do if you saw someone being bullied. If you could go back and give yourself advice about marriage when you were dating, what would you say? What do you admire most about your mom? Meditate for a while how awful it would be to have this disability and then write about it.
What do you think can you as a student can do about this problem? Flip it open at random, close your eyes and point to a word on the page. . What do you like about it? To experience how this might feel plug your ears with cotton or ear plugs. Write about the funniest memory you have together. One of the couples has had one too many, but still wants to drive you all home. Spin the globe, touch your finger to a spot, find out something about the country where your finger landed, and write a letter to a pretend pen pal. This one was our favorite.
For more writing prompts, click on the link. High Five For Hand Washing! Some say this is the man who made blue jeans famous. Do you see the glass as half full or half empty? Do not just send your elementary students here to pick one. So, as always, by all means. Tell me all about it from the invites to the decorations; from your guests to the food and entertainment and where it will be held. Tell me about this wonderful gift of sight and how you feel.
What are you proudest of and why? If you could meet your favorite successful person, who would it be and why would you like to meet them? Tell me 5 things you can do to make this world a friendlier place. If you could go back to being a certain age again would you? Tell me about the things that make you happy and why. It was one of the rare times the boys got to have gym with the girls. I've made a that contains some for each month on a variety of topics! Who is someone whom you can always count on? What do you think you can do to calm yourself down? But not on National Whiners Day. Sometimes I find it difficult to sit and reflect on my day.
Recently, I made a video about 25 Innovative Journaling Ideas for Kids. Janury 9-15 th is International Snowmobile Safety and Awareness Week. What have you named your child? What was it, why was it your favorite, do you still have it? Write about several things that make you really happy and why. Write a poem about your most prized possession. Why should I read it? Where are you going; what are you doing; how long are you going to be gone? Journaling helps us figure out who we are, what we need and what we want. February 9th is Stop Bullying Day.
Now this is a great idea. What is your favorite sport? Or…Who are your favorite actress and actor and why? I've made a that contains some for each month on a variety of topics! Who is best at calming you? Or… What do you hope to accomplish in your life that will make other people want to celebrate? A young person was killed in the other vehicle and donated their eyes and they are now yours. Does someone form a committee? One of the best things about daily journal writing is that it can take so many forms. Or…write about the happiest day in your life. Provide as many details as possible. March Writing Prompts Samples 1. Some people are simply nuts with too much time on their hands.
Tell me what you want to be when you grow up and why. What is your favorite thing to write about? This collection of 366 writing prompts can be used daily throughout the year leap years, too! Are you up on current events? Paula Danziger is a well known children's author and she wrote more than 30 books. Do you feel safe at school? By entering your email, you are signing up for my mailing list. Journal Prompts Excerpts Sorted by Month January Writing Prompts Samples 1. Tell me about a time that you could have died of embarrassment.
Use old-fashioned pen and paper to write out your prompts that the Daily Poet inspires! Why do you read them? The first is from Rich, the second from me. Write a poem about yourself. Do you like Daylight Saving Time? She teaches both English and history at Washburn Rural Middle School in Topeka, Kansas. Write about your first trip to the dentist and how you felt. What is your favorite thing about your family? You can ask anyone living or dead one question and they will give you a correct answer! What can you do to show your grandparents how much you love them? What things are being done to make you feel safe? Below are some previews of the full 365 prompts that will be published throughout 2013. You need to spend the money on your pet. Pretend you are a parent.
Give me an example when this has happened. What was your favorite summer vacation? Paula Danziger was born on August 18, 1944 in Washington, D. Have your spouse do the same. It's National Black History Month. January 16 th-22 nd is International Printing Week: Do you read the newspaper? In fact, when we came back to the humdrum of everyday life and busy schedules, we were both feeling a bit empty in comparison to the daily soul-bearing we had grown accustomed to while we were apart. Throughout the year, kids will enjoy answering imaginative questions about the universe, history, and new possibilities.