The Contributors Thank you to all the wonderful educators who contributed their reflection with their favorite poem. She was born and raised in The Sudan, attended college in the United States, and moved back to The Sudan after she finished college.
One of the best gifts you can give your class is the opportunity to write with daily journal prompts. When students journal, they experience the joy of unpressured time to simply sit down and explore their thoughts and feelings.
Use these writing prompts for 5th-grade students to help kids express themselves and grow more comfortable with their own thoughts and ideas. I made a video about 25 Innovative Journaling Ideas for Kids.
What is the difference between a privilege and a right? What is the most valuable thing you own? Why is it special? Do you like to try new thing things? Why or why not? Write about a favorite moment you had with your extended family. Why was it memorable?
What is the best thing about getting older? Who is the most trustworthy person you know? What surprised you the most about 5th grade?
Would you rather be freezing cold or burning hot? What famous person can you relate to the most? Are you good with technical devices? How old were you when you learned to read? Do you remember what it was like?
Why is it important to give back to the community? If you could have an extra hour of sleep or an extra hour of time to play after school, what would you choose? Where do you and your friends go during the summer?
What do you do?
Are you good at focusing on things, or do you have trouble keeping your attention on one thing? Write about a time you were truly surprised by a gift.
How did it feel? If you could go back in time, what period would you go to? What would you want to see? What is unique about your family? Write about a time when you failed to keep a promise. How did you make it up? What would you do if you only had one week to live?
Write about a time when you did something because everyone else was doing it. How did you feel afterward? What does it mean to have a responsibility to someone? What do you want to be remembered for someday?
Do you remember your dreams? What happens in them? Would you rather have an extra arm or an extra leg? Where do you feel most at home? What makes you feel so comfortable? What is the strangest habit you have?
How did you develop it?Do it. Write. Read as much and as often as you can. Remember, every writer is a reader first. Keep a journal or notebook handy at all times so you can jot down all of your brilliant ideas. JOAN'S ANNOTATED RECOMMENDED READING LIST.
This list of recommended authors and books is in no way intended to be a comprehensive, definitive or authoritative list of nondual or spiritual books.
srmvision.com: News analysis, commentary, and research for business technology professionals. Character Developments. If you teach writing, this activity does double duty as a prewriting activity as well as a question review.
One of the key components of fiction is having good characters, and that’s not as easy to do as some might think. Writing tip on scenes.
I like that last one about repeat times. I myself am a writer and that times step is very important Find this Pin and more on Creative Writing for Kids by Teach Your Tree.
This was a suggestion for script writing but I find it applies to books as well. Submitted by TeacherTeacher contributor Kim Robb of Summerland, BC. Create life-sized models of two of your favorite characters and dress them as they are dressed in the book.