Like the idea of journaling your child doesn’t like to write? Here’s the answer. Disguised as fun (and a bit messy) art, this book draws out your child’s autobiography through prompts and space to illustrate with quirky thumbprint people, animals, and objects. Space is provided for autobiographical information (with question prompts) and for daily journal-type entries. There are both monthly and weekly calendar two-page spreads. Also, there are lots of little thumbprint character illustrations to provide inspiration. 6”x 8”, 180 pgs, hc with two-color ink pad included (journal pages are 4.25”x 8”). ~ Janice
Crafty kids and adults too will have a blast creating their autobiography in thumbprints in this guided diary. Fill-in scenes and activity pages prompt users to capture a moment (a month in thumbprint self-portraits), record highlights (favorite trips of the year), and celebrate friends and family.
These materials cover various types of creative writing, includingdescriptive writing, poetry, journaling, and stories.