“August to May Everyday Writing Journal Prompts" provides you at your fingertips a Year’s worth of quality daily writing prompts for your students to journal. The students should start out by finishing the journal prompt with one sentence and then illustrate their sentence. Gradually, I encourage my students (especially the ones who are capable) to write at least 3 sentences and then gradually they will begin to write stories.
Doing writing journals everyday provides the students the opportunity to develop their writing skills and to use their imagination. Students, in time, learn to develop their creative writing skills.
Everyday Writing Journal Prompts are organized by month and themes. You can purchase them by month or in a bundle deal for the entire year.
This is a PowerPoint document. It is not intended to be copied and glued as most daily writing journal products are. However, if that is how you would like to use it and have the copies at your school, then it certainly can be used in that way. In our classrooms, each of our students have their own “writing journal.” They are taught at the beginning of the year how to date the top of each page, skip a line, begin responding to the journal prompt and then illustrate their writing. After the students are given a few minutes to write, a couple of students are chosen to share their journals with the class.