55 journal topics for sharing a journal and making memories with you child

Super cute printable child's journal with daily prompts and fill-in-the-blanks from www.SomewhatSimple.com #journal

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A jar is filled with simple, kid-friendly questions that turn journaling sessions into FUN!

45 I wonder questions - writing center or morning meeting!

18 get-off-the-couch games. Great Ideas for those days you are stuck inside. Perfect for classroom party days.

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Journal writing prompts

Memory Jar Printable that has 52 Questions to answer each week so you can look over this year and remember your thoughts and experiences! Great way to get kids excited about journals too! #newyear #journals #papercoterie

When it comes to a child's cognitive abilities in their early child hood it's often plagued by egocentrism. Who knew that it could be used in good use? I thought this was a good and cute idea to allow kids to be egocentric and be able to keep memories of their child hood. Fun way for kids to tune into their thoughts.

Great ideas for reading journals.

Another pinner said: 30 things my kids should know about me - WOW, I'm getting kind of emotional thinking about how this could have helped me if my own mother had done something like this. This will take some time, but it's on my list of to do's this month!

Journaling Prompts for Kids

Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. Nice little reminder for mom to notice the good and acknowledge it!

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Kids printable journal pages

72 Journal writing prompts for 5th graders (could definitely use them for other grades too).

Journal Prompts for high school/middle school. FREE Printable! There's a second page too...

Writing Prompt

Write notes back & forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on? LOVE the idea of doing this!