"No sé que escribir" mumbled a student or five in every single classroom every day. Pictures are great ways to get students' words flowing. I have had years where we started every day with a picture write and share. The past couple of years I have been sending one of these pages home every week for homework. When they come back I staple them all together as a book for our classroom library. At the end of the year we take all the books in our Homework Stories collection apart and students have a collection of their own stories as a record of their writing growth during the year. I find that they are motivated to do banal things like capitalize and punctuate knowing that their friends will be reading their story in a book. Included are 30 different pictures with a prompt that reads, "Imagina que sacaste esta foto con tu cámara. Escribe el cuento de lo que pasó." The pictures are funny, many involving animals or kids making strange faces. These would work great in literacy centers as well.