When we think about some writing activities for kindergarten, for the children of the first grade or something similar, only one thing is essential. That is – to come up with some extraordinary and out of the box ideas. To make a child focus on some useful tasks like writing is difficult, but once we start channelizing their energy and curiosity in some activities by knowing their interest areas, it becomes easy. Today, let’s be a kid again. To teach our children, we should think like a kid, understand like a kid, and learn like a kid. Maybe this little effort can pour us with a lot of ideas of creative writing for our genius kids. Here, I am going to show some of the coolest kindergarten writing games which can motivate children to work hard on their writing skills.
Poems can be such a joy to write and are one the quickest and easiest writing activities out there! Not everyone can write a 500 words story every day, but you can write a short poem, like a haiku or a Tanka. Today we decided to look at one of the most creative forms of poetry, shape poems! And because today is also Lewis Carroll’s birthday we decided to take inspiration from Alice in the Wonderland. So, carry on reading if you want to learn the rules of shape poetry and find some examples of Alice in the Wonderland shape poetry!
It’s every child’s dream to enter a fantasy world with a talking lion, an ice queen, sword fighting and of course snow! The Chronicles of Narnia is one of the most memorable stories and book series of all time. It teaches kids that you’re never too old for a good adventure, to never give up, to be honest, and always be forgiving and so much more. To celebrate the birthday of C.S Lewis on the 29th November, here is a list of 5 writing activities inspired by the Chronicles of Narnia. These writing activities are great for everyone, whether you’ve read the books or not!
The summer holidays are approaching or maybe already here for some of you! And what better way to spend your summer holidays than perfecting your writing skills with our amazing summer writing challenge! That’s 31 days of summer writing prompts to keep you writing for a good whole month! Get out your notebook and pencil and put your brain into creative mode, as each day you complete a creative writing exercise. By the end of the 31 days you will have nifty little collection of summer stories to tell your friends or keep as inspiration for future masterpieces! You can download our summer writing challenge printable here or see the list below of the 31 days of summer writing prompts.
May 19th is endangered species day. It is most likely that you normally learn about endangered species and their habitats in a science lesson. But the important message of protecting endangered species can be expanded to writing! Don’t worry, our amazing writing activities for endangered species day, do not mean that you’ll be reading facts from textbooks. They are much more fun! Challenge yourself and complete the following 6 writing activities for endangered species day. We even included examples and free printable’s to help you out!