Wordless Picture Books Writing Prompt

Use Wordless Picture Books to Write Poetry

by Terri Thompson of Creative Family Fun Have you ever read a wordless picture book? They are so wonderful for many reasons: 1) Pre-readers can read a wordless picture book independently and 2) both readers and pre-readers can practice their storytelling skills. And, as we found out, wordless picture books provide a great springboard for writing poetry. Wordless Picture … [Read more...]

Hidden Message Poetry

hidden message poetry

Poetry is amazing, isn't it? There are so many forms and it's so accessible to all age groups. Kids love it because it's so familiar. They've been hearing it all their lives. Remember all those nursery rhymes? To encourage my reluctant writer, we turned our poetry into artwork. We made it even more special by hiding our poetry inside the picture using a fun technique, … [Read more...]

A Parent’s Guide to Writer’s Workshop

Writer's Workshop

written by Patricia Zaballos, Wonder Farm blogger and author  So. You have a kid who hates to write. A kid who finds writing tedious, difficult and pointless. Or perhaps you are one of those lucky parents with a child who relishes writing, who composes tales at the computer before breakfast, or scribbles away in a journal when she’s supposed to be sleeping. Either way, I … [Read more...]

3 Free Printable Christmas Thank You Notes for Kids

Printable Christmas Thank You Notes

Download these free Christmas notes and Christmas thank you notes for kids! It helps my own kids to have templates for their thank you notes. I hope it will help your kids as well! I have more ideas for helping kids express gratitude and thanks on this post, Kids Can Write Thank You Notes. 1. Printable Snowflake Thank You and Christmas Coloring Page 2. Printable … [Read more...]

Write a Gingerbread Story with Cookie Cutters

Gingerbread Stories Lg

Write a gingerbread story using your gingerbread men cookie cutters. (Today's writing prompt idea for kids is brought to you by gingerbread people who don't want to be eaten!) Write a Gingerbread Story After you make gingerbread cookies for the holidays, I have two more gingerbread ideas for you. First, read gingerbread stories. Second, write your own gingerbread … [Read more...]

Writing Gifts for Kids

Gift Guide for Kids

Writing Gifts for Kids Sometimes all it takes to encourage kids to write is a special journal, pen, or eraser. See what happens when you give your child a writing gift. Maybe stories or plays will be written! 1. Grow Your Ideas Notebook  Plot your thoughts in these little eco-friendly notebooks made with plantable seed paper covers. When the pages are filled, plant the … [Read more...]