150 Totally Terrific Writing Prompts: Lively, Fun Prompts to by Justin Martin

By Justin Martin

Vigorous, enjoyable activates to inspire each author on your ClassKnock youngsters' socks off with those energetic writing activates at the themes teenagers love: humor, activities, animal stories, "what ifs," memoirs, seasons, and vacations, fractured fairy stories, and extra! certain to encourage each pupil to put in writing and write and write! nice for journals!

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Maybe it’s behind some bushes or down in your basement under an old table. Think about a good secret hiding place and describe it as completely as you can. The cool thing about clouds is that they are always changing. If you look at them carefully, you can see all sorts of wild stuff. Clouds can look like people’s faces or dragons or giant bugs. Here’s a good exercise for a cloudy day. Look out the window for three minutes. Write a story using the different things you see in the clouds. 36 What I Will Do This Summer 150 Totally Terrific Writing Prompts © Justin Martin, Scholastic Teaching Resources Summer’s here.

What are some questions you’d like to ask about Australia? Do you want to know what people in Australia eat for breakfast? How about kangaroos? Has your friend ever seen one? Think of some questions and write an email to Maggie or Michael. Riddles are tricky questions that tease your brain. Here’s one: What has teeth but cannot eat? Answer: a comb. Now, think up your own riddle and write it down. Trade yours with a friend. Flappy Flag Day! June 14 is Flag Day. What if you created your own flag?

Make a list of 10 things you would sell at your garage sale. List the prices you would ask for them, too. June Poem Changing Seasons A whole bunch of words rhyme with June. There’s “moon,” “tune,” “spoon,” “balloon,” and “baboon,” just to name a few. June seems like a perfect month for a poem. Try writing a poem using the rhyming words above and others that you think of, too. Don’t be afraid to get silly! Isn’t it interesting how the seasons change? First, there’s cold in the winter, then rain in the spring.

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