This creative writing journal is just for Teen Girls (but I think if you write the prompt on the whiteboard you teen guys will like them too!).full color version and the pictures are stunning!
This book can be used from 7th grade up as part of your daughter's Language Arts course! Have your daughter use it a few times a week to get her creativity flowing.
Another way to use this is right along with our daughters (teach by example). Maybe once a month take your daughter out for a cup of tea or to a coffee bar (my daughter loves going to the little coffee shop down the street), take along her 50 Fun Creating Writing Prompts book, choose a picture, and both of you come up with a creative story. This is something I plan to do with Annette.
I think this is a great way to make The World Your Classroom and what fun (and inexpensive) when using the 50 Fun Creative Writing Prompts. A prompt from the book, "And you thought dragons didn't exist . . ." now your daughter is off to dragon land or maybe a lost island or "A distant relative gives you one million dollars, and a quest to touch the world with kindness . . " what adventure will your daughter go on?!?!
Estera's Bio - Estera is 14, loves to play guitar, enjoys horseback riding, photography, books, journaling, and traveling with her family around Europe. She is the 3rd of ten children in the Brown family. She is a missionary in Ukraine and serves with babies and small children as well as evangelistic music and drama. Estera helps her parents with the Thinking Tree by processing all the orders that come in for Dyslexia Games. She is devoted to learning the Russian language and loves to organize parties. With a family of 12 there are many birthday parties. Estera unschools most of the time, her mom once asked her: "What is your favorite thing?" Estera answered, without missing a beat - "Research!"
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If your child goes to public school this book would be great for summer time. It's smaller than a composition book (and prettier too!) making it seem not so schoolish. Give the gift of writing through the summer in a fun way that doesn't seem like a school assignment.
Homeschooling6 Mom purchased Just for Teen Girls 50 Fun Creative Writing Prompts for her own teen daughter!