Showing posts with label Writing Prompt Wednesday. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Writing Prompt Wednesday. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Writing Prompt Wednesday

Hello friends!

Get ready to write! Here is this week's writing prompt:

I have had a very busy week!
I have taken a new job with the Metro Library System!

I am very excited and I will still be home schooling during the day. And I will keep blogging.
 New adventures are fun! 

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Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Writing Prompt Wednesday!!

Today is Wednesday and it is time to get those creative writing juices flowing!

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Wednesday, March 23, 2016

Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Writing Prompt Wednesday-doodley doo!

First, I need to say Happy Birthday to my darling husband!
His birthday is today, but we picked up the cake we ordered the day before. So we had lots of ice cream cake yesterday. There are no regrets! 

Here is our picture writing prompt for the week! And I have nooooo idea how to explain what is going on in the pic!

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Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Writing Prompt Wednesday

Here's the prompt pic!

I was so happy to find a package of writing prompts related to Earth Science at Dollar Tree yesterday! They had other subject areas, too. I am so going to use these with my son who is a reluctant writer. Here is what they look like if you end up searching for them:

And here's a preview to prove this pack was so worth the $1!!! (The air horn we bought on the other hand...) The front of the cards have a photo and the back gives some information along with a good prompt.

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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Wednesday Writing Prompt

Every Wednesday (or the Wednesdays I can remember about) I will start posting at least one picture you can use as a writing prompt in your classroom. I have been working on making my own 5th grade son more creative in his writing. He hates writing with a passion which is so odd because I adore writing. I figured out it was because he had been so focused on grammar/spelling, etc. which are great things to focus on--but it was killing his creative writing skills. Now I have a binder and when he works on a creative story we add it to the binder. It is like he making one huge book of short stories. Sometimes I look for a picture to use as a prompt for him to write about and I thought it might be useful to share these with other teachers/homeschoolers. So here goes...