At Imagine Forest HQ, we love Winnie the Pooh! And to be honest, who doesn’t? Winnie and his friends have taught generations of children many life lessons, such as to be caring, brave, patient and most importantly to be yourself. Since January 18th marks the birthday of A.A Milne, Author of Winnie the Pooh books, we decided to spread our love of Winnie the Pooh through these wonderful writing prompts! These 7 Winnie the Pooh writing prompts are a perfect way to celebrate A.A. Milne’s birthday and to encourage children to write.
The start of a new year is a brilliant time for reflection and writing down your thoughts. Not only can you write about your favourite moments of last year, but you can also look forward and write about the future. The ending of a year is also a very magical moment, as signifies the start of something new and changes. Making it the perfect time to start some writing! Of course, we all need a little inspiration now and then and that’s where our new year’s writing prompts come in handy! We have created a range of 10 New Year’s writing prompts for kids to encourage them to reflect and to write some fun stories!
Another Christmas has come! This year we are using Christmas writing prompts to countdown the days until Christmas. Not only are our Christmas writing prompts fun, but they will also encourage your child to do a bit of writing each day. I know writing is not the same as getting chocolates each day, but it is more special especially If you child loves writing. If your child dislikes writing, don’t worry! They will still find each writing prompt fun to read and who knows with a little encouragement they might even write a few words!
There’s still a couple of weeks until Halloween, making it the perfect time to starting writing some Halloween stories and poems. We understand that writing horror stories can be difficult, so here are 12 Halloween writing prompts to help you out and even a free printable! So whether you only have 20 mins or 2 hours, these Halloween writing prompts…
4th October is World Animal Day. And what better activity for world animal day than writing persuasive letters that show the importance of animals in our amazing world. And to make this day even more fun we have a DIY animal envelopes tutorial for you, so you can send your letters in style! This is the perfect activity to improve your child’s letter writing skills and best of all it even makes writing fun! For more ideas on fun writing activities, check out our post on top 10 writing activities that make writing fun!