Teens can use these prompts to consider important literary elements of character, setting, and conflict as they relate to works they’ve read.
You won a hot air balloon ride! Use this free printable writing prompt to plan your trip.
From research to final draft, this wonderful resource teaches kids (and adults!) to write historical fiction based loosely on your family tree.
It’s Valentine’s Day Eve, and all the flowers have disappeared from the shops. Use this free printable to write a news story to investigate the mystery!
When children complain: “I can’t think of what to write about,” they may need more boundaries or guidelines. These writing ideas for kids will help.
A strong thesis statement produces a condensed and carefully thought-out argument that will define, guide, and set the tone for an essay.