Are you looking for a way to engage your reluctant writers and encourage your eager ones?
Would you like some fun writing prompts that are really tutorials in disguise? And would you like them to be FREE?Read More
Practical, easy-to-use writing and literature courses for homeschools, Christian schools, and co-ops by Sharon Watson
Enjoy this variety of writing prompts drawn from quotations by famous characters and people!
“Your eyes can deceive you. Don’t trust them.”
That quote is from the Star Wars character Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Have you ever looked at something and been confused or tricked by what you saw? When have your eyes deceived you? Write your story.Read More
Looking for a way for your teens to think deeply about some of today’s issues?
This week’s prompts will give your teens a chance to look at current events, express their opinions, and practice persuading readers. Each one of these prompts has a link so your teens can read more about the issue.
Warning: You may want to check the sites out before your teens do. Though I am careful which links to include, inappropriate material may appear on the other sites after I’ve posted the links.
Ready? Let’s go . . .Read More
Who says you can’t play with your food?
Here is a bundle of five prompts on food-related topics that will get your middle school and high school students writing. Whether they’re telling personal stories, trying to persuade readers, or expressing an opinion, your students will enjoy sinking their teeth into these prompts.Read More