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  • Lori Foy

    Journal Jar for kids (& adults too)! When you go to site...click on "Child's Journal Jar"...Provides free printable journal prompts and graphics that also makes a great gift! Wonderful for journaling and creative writing. Great idea!!

  • Dana McDonald

    Journal prompts! LOVE this idea! A must in my classroom and in my Writing center. The prompts are very age appropriate.

  • Christy Pagoria

    Great idea for daily journal writing. My English teacher over 30 years ago had us write in a journal every day for the first few minutes of class, and many times it was hard to come up with something to write about. Here are ONE HUNDRED free printable journal prompt cards to print and put into a jar for children to take and use to help them write.

  • Michele Applehans

    Journal jar writing prompts. When you go to site, click on "Child's Journal Jar". Provides free printable journal prompts and graphics. Great for journaling and creative writing.

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