Want to be the next R. L. Stine? A horror story legend? Then you need a killer story idea to start with! But coming up with a scary tale is harder than you think. There are so many stories out there about ghosts, zombies, werewolves and vampires. How do you make your horror story original? And most importantly, how can…
I bet the last thing your child wants to do when going back to school is writing (or more homework as they’ll say)! Not to worry we have come up with 12 back to school writing prompts that will help your child settle in and take away those first day fears. We all know how the first day of school daunting for most kids, that’s why it is important to slowly prepare your kids into the back to school routine. One way to support your child is encourage them to write down their feelings in a journal or notebook. Getting your child to think about school before actually going will help to prepare for any challenges or fears they might have. We have specially created these writing prompts to not only prepare your child for going back to school, but also to help them with their writing skills.
Going back to school or the first day of school can be an exciting and scary time for grownups. But for kids it can be the most nerve-wracking time of their early years. The anxiety, the worry and the fear of something new can be a really scary thing for most kids. If your child is worried about going back to school, then these 12 hilarious back to school picture books will lift the fear right out of them. And who knows they might even be excited about their first day of school! So take a look at our list of 12 extremely hilarious back to school picture books that will have your kids excited about school!
Summer holidays can be so exciting at first, with so many things to do and so many places to go. But as the weeks go by or even after a few days they can get a little boring! If you find your child getting bored, take a look at these 12 summer creative writing prompts to get your kids writing this summer. It is important to keep your child’s mind busy over the holidays with quick writing tasks to develop their creativity and writing skills. It is even more important to create a nice balance between work and time to relax. We don’t want to bore them with long writing assignments and we don’t want them sat at their desks all day long. Therefore we encourage the child to go outside with a clipboard when trying out these summer creative writing prompts. And to work with their friends and family members to develop ideas and to write together.
We all know that image prompts are a brilliant way to inspire you when you’re struggling to find ideas. But did you know that you can play some really fun games using image prompts? Using image prompts not only improves creativity, but if used in a group activity it can help to build communication skills and teamwork. If you thought the only thing you can do with image prompts is to look at them, then think again! Here are 8 fun storytelling games using image prompts that you really need to try.