Cute as a Button: Why or why not. Open your mailbox and write something inspired by one of the pieces of mail you received. The Sound of Silence: Listen to music with a strong rhythm or listen to drum loops.
Write about making mistakes. Use those words to craft a poem. Choose from a list of idioms one that speaks to you and create a poem around that saying or phrase.
Do you have any nicknames. Write about your favorite trip or vacation. Write about someone who has to whisper a secret to someone else. Write about putting together the pieces of puzzles. You have won a contest to go out to dinner with your favorite movie star.
Write about a phone call you recently received. Imagine you have a touch of magic, and can make impossible things happen.
Write about being overstimulated by a lot of chaos. Write a story or journal entry influenced by a photograph. If you don't have any, do you wish you did.
Write a poem that gives directions on how to do something. Describe the clothes you are wearing. Do you battle him. Use a photo of a staircase or the stairs in your home or a building you love to inspire you. Write about the stars in the sky and what they mean to you.
Imagine ordinary objects have come to life. Write about a train and its cargo or passengers. Describe the day and your decision. What is something has impacted you positively in your life. Or is the dragon friendly. Use sensory detail sight, sound, touch, smell, taste to make your daily experiences come to life.
On my Africa safari, I suddenly came upon some poachers with a gun and they were about to shoot a Envision yourself traveling to a fictional place, what do you experience in your imaginary journey. Write from the perspective of a garbage collector.
Write from the perspective of someone with no money to buy food. If you don't have any, what kind of pet would you like to have. Write about your favorite imagination game, going into as much detail as you can remember. Get out your favorite pen, pencils, or even colored markers and write using them.
Write a poem or story using the words should, would, and could. This fun set of camping writing prompts is a great way for kids to do a little creative writing and engage their imagination.
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The Prompt: This week’s writing prompt is a bit different than usual. Instead of telling us a fictional tale, we’d like to read about the why behind your wondrous words. Describe in the comments—in under words (and in this case, brevity is best)—the reason why you love writing.
You can also share with us on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram, but be sure include the hashtag #WhyWeWrite. Second, you will find general writing prompts that you can use all year long with your students. I have divided these general creative writing prompts into the following categories: school, favorites things, friendship, memories, personal and feelings, famous people, animals, create or.
4th Grade Writing Prompts that Inspire and Ignite the Imagination. Ok, without further ado, here are those exciting new journal starters for 4th grade writers!
Finding an undiscovered planet.
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