So you want to be a writer? And not just any writer, you want to be a creative writer. The road to being a legendary storyteller won’t be easy, but with our creative writing tips for kids, you’ll be on the right track! Creative writing isn’t just about writing stories. You could write poems, graphic novels, song lyrics and even…
We talked about writing prompts. We talked about image prompts and now it’s time to introduce you to video writing prompts! Just like any other type of prompts, video prompts are designed to inspire and encourage reluctant writers to write for pleasure. The best thing about using video writing prompts in the classroom is that your students can see and hear different scenarios playing in front of them. Instead of reading paragraphs of text, which can be overwhelming and even boring for some students.
Did you know that the opening line of a story is one of the hardest parts of writing a great book? Spark your imagination with these 100+first line writing prompts for all ages! These simple one-liners are the perfect way to get those creative juices flowing and find inspiration for your next big short story.
We have a mix of first-line writing prompts, ranging from fantasy prompts to non-fictional and realistic events. As well as prompts written in the first and third-person view. The one-line writing prompts in this post are a great way to challenge yourself to write something new. In fact, you can even set yourself a challenge to write at least 300 words every day for each of these cool prompts!
Story Cubes are one of the most valuable story-telling tools for writers of all ages. Similar to writing prompts, they inspire writers to come up with cool story ideas. And since they are in the shape of dice, you never know what idea combination you’ll get when rolling them! In this post, we will show you how to make story cubes, along with free templates. And to top it off, we’ll even teach you how to play with story cubes, along with 10 fun story cube games!
Looking to improve your writing skills? Then you’ll have to practice writing every day! To provide you with daily inspiration, we have created these 365 daily writing prompts for you to use. These writing prompts make wonderful ‘warm-up’ activities to supercharge your brain before actually writing. You could even use these daily prompts, as inspiration for your journal or diary entries. To keep things light, we separated the writing prompts by month, from January to December.