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This is a cute writing assignment: Find funny or goofy pictures, then ask the students to write explaining what just happened. Can be used for any grade: from simple sentences to a 5 paragraph essay! :)

great Writing Prompt: What happened to the little kid from next door? Create a story using setting and dialog to explain how he ended up in the mouth of a snowman.

Writing prompt. This tiny turtle is giving a speech. What is he saying? Who is he speaking to? Love this!

Picture Prompt - MAIN IDEA & DETAILS: What is the main idea of this image? What are some of the details you see? List your thoughts in your reading journal.

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I love this website....great prompts for journals...I just add the image to my blog and students write each morning. There is a new prompt each day (some for older students). Very interesting topics

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FREE Picture Writing Prompts

FREE Picture Writing Prompts {Great for those days when you want to squeeze writing in but don't have as much time!}

Saw this idea on Pinterest. Use the National Geographic Picture of the Day to get students observing, inferring and predicting.

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Have students journal a response to the picture...where is this? what is happening? why? what will happen next? etc.