Thinking and Writing about Nature and Wildlife (Introspection)

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Start the New Year right with 10 writing prompts to help students explore loneliness, the thorny areas of who we are, beginning again, true friendship, and taking one step at a time. Each page has a wildlife photo: a barren tree, a thorny vine, an empty trail, a full dandelion, a venturing spider, a resting dragonfly, and more. Students respond to writing prompts like:

BEGINNINGS: If only I could begin again, take a different path, make better choices. If only I could…

INTROSPECTION: These thorns are a part of who I am, the me that is within as well as the me that others see and feel…

DEPRESSION: So barren and empty. I feel that I am nothing in my nakedness. Worthless. Hated…

Take a look at the Preview to see if these wildlife writing prompts are something you would like to use to engage your students in introspection and exploration.

If you want more WRITING activities, then take a look at the others in this series:

Wildlife Creative Writing Prompts
Writing Prompts: Freedom, Death, Love, Loneliness, Boredom and Happiness
Story Starters for Gifted Writers
Thinking and Writing about Nature and Wildlife (Introspection)
End of Year Wildlife Writing
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