All About Me: Keepsake Journal for Kids
These journals were designed for students who want to journal but have trouble thinking about what to write. Each lined page holds a different creative prompt to help get kids started. Here are a few of the prompts: "Do you have a hobby? What is it?" "Are you an only child, or are you the oldest child, the youngest, or somewhere in the middle? What is special about being where you are?" "Write about an interesting place you have visited." "Ask you parents to share some memories with you about what they did for fun when they were your age. What's different now compared to when they were young?" "If you could choose to live during any time period, would you choose to live in the future, the past, or right now? Explain." "How would you describe yourself to someone who didn't know you?" There are also some "prompt free" pages for kids to use to write about whatever they want, as well as blank pages for them to draw on. A few colorful, full-page illustrations are scattered throughout each journal. The More About Me Journal is very similar to the first, providing many additional creative prompts. The pages are not numbered, but there are well over one hundred pages in each journal (the original is a little thicker than the follow-up). - Melissa
These materials cover various types of creative writing, includingdescriptive writing, poetry, journaling, and stories.
Lined pages hold a different creative prompt to help get kids started. Also, there are some "prompt free" pages for kids to use to write about whatever they want, as well as blank pages for them to draw on