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120 Writing Prompts---for kids who can't think of journal ideas..grab one...

120 Writing Prompts---for kids who can't think of journal ideas.Also great for Conversation starters for Kids with ASD

Morning Meeting Ideas-Great way to expand sharing from students. Others can comment based on what they share.

journaling sticks - great idea and compact - First Grade Fresh: A Teenage Dream kind of mood.

FREE Writing Prompts with Themed Paper! What the Teacher Wants!: The wonderful world of writing!

FREE Writing Prompts with Themed Paper & rubric! What the Teacher Wants!: The wonderful world of writing!

100 WRITING PROMPT LABELS: An Instant Writing Station

100 Creative Writing Prompts

100 Writing Prompts: Do you have students that say, “I don’t know what to write about! Here is a quick fix! Put these writing prompt labels in a folder, and let children choose a label when they are stuck and just can’t think of anything to write about.

150 Journal Writing Prompts

150 Journal Writing Prompts

Included is a student writing journal. - Expository prompts - Creative prompts - Persuasive prompts - Narrative prompts - create in spanish. Once to twice a week start class with writing

Daily Journal Prompts- 40 weeks and 200 prompts

Daily Journal Prompts

Daily Journal Prompts- 40 weeks and 200 prompts These are great prompts to use. I also think the template itself is wonderful to give to the students each week with your own prompts written in.

Writing prompt. Oh my! The kids would have so much fun with this! May be finding a few good photos to add to our Work on Writing time.

Great resource for journal & photo writing prompts. Appropriate for middle/high school. Imagine the creative writing that could be sparked from these pics!

Students write a letter to a parent about what they did during the week.  The parent writes back a short note in response. "If the students bring their Friday Journal back on Monday with a parent response, they receive a sticker on the cover of their journal. By the end of the year, the cover looks really cool and the parents have a special keepsake."

Friday Journals - kids write a note on Friday to their parents telling what they learned that week. The parents write a short response back to their child, & the child brings the notebook back Monday. Each parent response earns a sticker for the cover.

Story Bags- Put random stuff in each bag and have them make up and write a story based on what is in the bag. Great for fictional writing.

Creative Writing Story Bags - put a few random items in a paper bag, and kids can write creative stories about them!

Mystery key stories - each tag includes a writing prompt dealing with a key and is attached to a real key. Students randomly select a key and write a story. This blog post includes some great story lines to include on the tags!

Give students a fun writing assignment with "mystery keys." Students receive one key and must write a story making sense of the line on the tag. Post includes lines to write on the key tags.

I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened. -make student write the "story" of what happened

I missed school yesterday. I'm really curious as to what happened.