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KIDS WRITING PROMPT JOURNALS

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In the words of Albert Einstein, “Creativity is intelligence having fun,” and writing is a great way to help your child with self-expression. Statistics show that writing is critical to the development of cognitive growth and development.  Writing is one of the most effective ways that kids can enhance their brain. But often times writing is simply something children see as a task that they HAVE to do, not one that they WANT to do. So our creative writing prompt journals provide two different avenues for them to practice expressing their creative thought and enhancing their writing skills. Whether through self reflective journaling in the first person, or short story writing, your child will be able to exercise their mind in amazing ways.

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FUN JOURNAL PROMPTS

Journaling is a great way for kids to strengthen literacy skills, process emotions, foster communication, and have fun! But a blank journal can be daunting and children are apt to lose interest quickly. With this functional journal featuring 100 different journal prompts, kids get all the benefits of keeping a journal while having a blast. Questions like, “If you were principal for a day, what would you do?” and “Describe three things you are grateful for today” allow kids to think critically and creatively.

Journal prompts are a fun way to:

  • Strengthen literacy skills—With these prompts, children are encouraged to think creatively and expand on a particular topic. This practice also strengthens vocabulary, spelling, and grammar without feeling like schoolwork.

  • Foster communication—Through a journal, kids can articulate their feelings, anxieties, and goals without the fear of judgment or being graded on a writing assignment.

  • Process emotions—Journaling is particularly helpful for children as they are learning to define and handle complex emotions. Journal prompts are easy, gentle ways to allow for self-reflection.

  • Have fun and get creative—With plenty of fun and silly questions to keep kids entertained for hours, children are introduced to the world of journaling without the fear of losing interest.

 

This journal contains a wide variety of prompts that allow children to get creative, think critically, and spend some time on self-reflection. Plus there are enough silly prompts to keep kids engaged and having fun.

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FUN STORY PROMPTS

Creative writing is a great way for kids to strengthen literacy skills, promote creativity, foster communication, and have fun! But a blank page can be daunting and children are apt to lose interest quickly. With this functional notebook featuring 50 different story prompts, kids get all the benefits of creative writing while having a blast. Prompts such as, “A group of friends get locked in a museum overnight while on a field trip” provide a fun basis for kids to practice their fiction writing with a little boost.

Story prompts are a fun way to:

  • Strengthen literacy skills—With these prompts, children are encouraged to think creatively and expand on a particular topic. This practice also strengthens vocabulary, spelling, and grammar without feeling like schoolwork.

  • Foster communication—Through writing, kids can articulate their feelings, thoughts, and imagination without the fear of judgment or being graded on a writing assignment.

  • Promote creativity—This lined notebook will spark creativity and activate the imagination through the act of storytelling.

  • Have fun—With plenty of fun and silly questions to keep kids entertained for hours, children are introduced to the world of creative writing without the fear of losing interest.

 

This notebook contains a wide variety of prompts that allow children to get creative, think critically, and hone their writing skills. Plus there are enough silly prompts to keep kids engaged and having fun.