Do you struggle to come up with journal prompts during the year? I got tired of always forgetting to come up with something and scrambling at the last minute to write a prompt on the board for daily journaling time. I finally decided to create a set to help me be prepared every day!
I wanted my kids to write more than just one word answers to their journal questions, so I came up with the “Think, Draw, Write” method. Each day I put up a slide on the whiteboard that includes a picture plus a prompt. The kids must think about the question, draw a picture to show their answer, and then write a sentence about it. I love that I can use this for my range of kids (ages 5-10) and just have the older ones write more.
If you’d like to try a week of these Paperless Journal Prompts, you can download them for free HERE!