25 Images to Inspire Writing and How to Use Image Promptspng

They say a picture is worth a thousand words…And in my opinion this is so true. When you’re sitting there, staring at a blank page there are a couple of ways to can get inspiration. One of the best way to get inspiration is through image prompts. The same image could have so many different meanings depending on who you show it to and the questions you ask yourself when you try to explore the image in detail. But how do images prompts inspire you and how exactly do you use image prompts? To help you out, we have collected over 25 images from around the internet and provided some guidance how to use image prompts.

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets Interview with Stacy Bauer by Imagine Forest

Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets is a fun book with a really valuable for kids too. If your kids love to eat sweets, chocolate and any other sweet treats then they would definitely be able to relate to the main character, Cami Kangaroo! Cami kangaroo learns the consequences of sneaking sugary treats between and after meals at his first dentist appointment when she ends up with cavities! This month we were lucky enough to interview Stacy Bauer, the brilliant author of the brand new book Cami Kangaroo Has Too Many Sweets.

10 Football writing prompts by Imagine Forest

World Cup 2018 is happening right now! Cheers, chants and waving flags all across the world. While this is great time to kick a ball about with your friends or sit in front of your TV cheering on your favourite team. You can even use the World Cup as a source of inspiration to improve your child’s writing skills. And even as encouragement to get reluctant writers to love writing through their passion of football or soccer (for our international readers)! Here are 10 football writing prompts to get your child writing through their love of the sport.

5 Bullet Journal Layouts for Writers by Imagine Forest

There are so many ways to use your bullet journal, such as for travelling, to-do lists, recipe collections and so much more. One way I love to use my bullet journal is to help me with my writing. For example if I am writing a story, I love to use my bullet journal to track my weekly progress in terms of words written. I also love to take a look at my journal for inspiration and to write down some motivational quotes when I need a little motivating. Here are 5 bullet journal layouts for writers to follow.

Nonni’s Moon - Interview with Julia Inserro_childrens book author interviews

Nonni’s Moon is a beautiful story about a young girl named Beanie who lives across the world from her Nonni (her Grandmother) and misses her every day. She soon figures out a way to send messages to her Nonni through the moon. The story is a touching reminder of how being away from your loved ones can have a significant impact on children and teaches them how to cope with the absence of loved ones. We were lucky enough to interview Julia Inserro, the amazing author of Nonni’s Moon this month.