photo prompts for journals? Yes, please!

Uh oh...what happened here? What will happen next? | photo prompt | writing prompt

Writing prompts: What happened? How are they going to get it out? Will it work?

Writing Prompt: if you could be invisible for one day, what would you do?

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what do they see on the other side? Great writing picture prompt.

Picture Prompts for writing

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Said is dead... Alternatives to the word "said"

Previous pinner's Writing Prompt: Write a story about what happened here. Be sure to include where this van came from and where it was going. My suggestion: if bananas were the only thing left to eat in the world, how would you feel? What would you do?

This is a great visual to teach opinion writing. I think I am going to use it with the prompt: What is the best way to eat an oreo cookie. Each student will then get an oreo as well.

So using this as a writing prompt.

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60 Narrative Writing Prompts for Kids (or imaginative least I think so)

The First Grade Parade - LOVE this adorable anchor chart for writing!

love the unjournaling! plan to implement one of these prompts next week!

Grammar Journals ... interesting way to teach/integrate grammar lessons. Left side is the grammar lesson with rules; right side is their attempts at using it in their own way with a writing prompt.

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teacher tools :)