There are many different types of creative writing journals: journals for actual pieces of writing, journals for ideas and observations, and journals for free writing.Let's take a look at a few of these types of journals, and some prompts that would be appropriate for students of many ages.Having the book idea isn’t all it takes to write a great book.
There are many different types of creative writing journals: journals for actual pieces of writing, journals for ideas and observations, and journals for free writing.
Write about something you desperately wanted when you were younger.
Write about the time as a child you played in one of the following: treehouse, a cornfield, a construction site, a junkyard, an abandoned house or barn, a stream, a cemetery, a swamp, a pasture, railroad tracks. Did your mom or dad ever make you wear something you hated? Write about a time you were talked into something and you regretted it. Were you ever in a helicopter, limousine, racecar, hot-air balloon, submarine, or horse-drawn carriage?
Creative writing journals can be a useful way to provide students with consistent writing practice.
They can improve writing, aid memory, and encourage kids to observe people around them.
Were you ever accused of something that you didn't do? Were you ever in a fire, flood, tornado, or hurricane?
Write about a window you broke or something valuable you lost.
In fact, they just want to escape from their own life for a little bit but prefer to read something realistic, something they can relate to.
Even though romance is an extremely popular genre doesn’t mean you can be lazy when it comes to the actual romance and creative writing prompts isn’t always enough to help you develop a full-blown romance.
If you could change one thing about the world, what would it be?
Is there a machine you feel you could not live without?