By Justin Martin
Energetic, enjoyable activates to inspire each author on your ClassKnock young children' socks off with those vigorous writing activates at the issues youngsters love: humor, activities, animal stories, "what ifs," memoirs, seasons, and vacations, fractured fairy stories, and extra! certain to motivate each scholar to put in writing and write and write! nice for journals!
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150 Totally Terrific Writing Prompts © Justin Martin, Scholastic Teaching Resources April April Fool’s Happy Hundredth! April 1 is April Fool’s Day. It’s a day when people play funny tricks on one another. Here’s one you can try on your teacher: Make up the craziest excuse you can think of for why you can’t ever do homework again. Of course, you have to let your teacher know it’s only a joke. ” The 100th day of the year falls in April. One hundred is a big number. Would you like to have $100? Would you like to have 100 pounds of liver?
What is your favorite book of all time? Pretend you’re writing a letter to a friend recommending that book. Describe what happens in the book, and why you like the book so much. The goal is to make your friend want to read it, too. 29 150 Totally Terrific Writing Prompts © Justin Martin, Scholastic Teaching Resources You’ve Got Game What’s Your Sign? Baseball season starts in April. Baseball is a very popular game. Like all games, it has its own set of rules. Think up your own imaginary game. ” Write down the rules of your own game.
Perhaps you’ve changed, too, during this school year. Write about the ways in which you have changed. S. Pretend you have a good friend who lives in Australia, either a boy named Michael or a girl named Maggie. 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.
150 Totally Terrific Writing Prompts: Lively, Fun Prompts to Motivate Every Writer in Your Class by Justin Martin