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Rainbow Price: $12.50
Â Â Â Reluctant writers still benefit from daily journaling. But when you meet resistance at every turn, it becomes a battle we are tempted to put aside. Sometimes, structure can help guide these young writers and draw them out of their shell. There are some great tips in here like: set up a routine for writing with a space and time, encouraging them to think about what they see every day in a new way, and writing about your own interests like collections you may have. Students will need a separate blank journal to do their writing in. This book is packed with 60 ideas, not actual writing pages. There are some pretty patterned papers & dialogue stickers in the back to use in your journals. I think this is perfect for the middle and high school ages. Your creative-types will take right to it, and I think it has enough direction for the not-so-creative child to surprise themselves with what they can create and write about. sc, 145pp.
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Â Creative writing (and art) can be a tricky thing to practice, especially when a student complains he has â€œno idea.â€ A teacher/parent can throw a topic out there on the fly, but these writing prompts are here to help. Students can write/draw directly in this book with the prompts provided. The drawing bits can pull your artist into doing more writing! Some topics are a page long, while others are a mere paragraph or half page. Whether they work through systematically or randomly, kids love to have choice! Here are a few examples: Draw your hair when itâ€™s messy (half pg). Write about the latest you stayed up. (1pg) Describe your favorite color and how it makes you feel (half pg). Draw 3 things in your room that are your favorite color (half pg). Describe a super power you wish you had (half pg).If your student really wants to run with the topic, let them do it in a notebook instead. Use one of the topics as a warm-up exercise for the day. 7.5x9â€, 304 pgs, pb. ~ Sara