A few of these prompts are taken from other people’s lists of writing ideas; for each of those, I’ve given you a link to the original source so you can check out the whole list if you want even more prompts.
I hope these prompts have given you lots of ideas to write about!
My daughter had a blast with these fun robot-themed creative writing prompts. One of my favorite aspects about Write Shop is how they encourage kids to learn to write on their own from start to finish.
Creative writing is the first step, but it is only PART of the writing process!
On this webpage, pick a face you like and click through to a simple form that will help you make a great main character! All you need to do, then, is imagine what story might have made the headline!
The headlines are always crazy and many will make you laugh. See a page of drawings I've created just this year in schools! Now, she spends half her free time making stories and writing in her journal, which she NEVER did before.We have been incredibly impressed with Write Shop and can’t recommend it enough.For many kids, the biggest hurdle to writing is simply putting pencil to paper and thinking of words to say.Story starters are the perfect bridge for reluctant writers who can’t figure out what they want to say.There are famous creative people who I greatly admire. From time to time, I post a new page with my thoughts on one of these heroes of the imagination. I've been working hard to give kids and teachers activities to use to help with creative writing.If you've been to one of my workshops, you know creativity is fantastic fun! I'm up to over 300 pages, and adding more all the time.I've received many story-endings from fifth grade students!Mugshots are a great way to think through a character before starting your story. Try my Weird Headline Maker, which will create random headlines for you.