By giving students fun journal prompts about topics they’re interested in, they’re more likely to get engaged in the material. They’ll want to journal again and again as they get to explore their imaginations to think about the first day of summer. As they keep writing, their skills will improve and they’ll get better at developing their ideas.
In these 51 new journal prompts, kids can consider their favorite parts about camp and the challenges they’ve faced along the way. From reflective prompts on trying new things and meeting friends to fun prompts that focus on favorite memories, there are plenty of questions for kids of all ages to enjoy.
In these 53 new journal prompts, kids will consider their favorite summer activities and their ideal summer days. They’ll think about the feelings they get on the day before school starts and the fun they had during summer’s first week.
Enjoyable Activities — Encourage your kid to participate in some activities just for the pure fun of it. Oh, and be certain that there are no goals or outcomes to achieve and that there is no competition
Summer is an excellent time for kids to relax, experience themselves in new ways and enjoy being a valued member of their family. My wish for you is that as a family you learn new things, grow together, share, laugh, and love, and, above all, make this the best summer ever.
Jill is the author and creator of JournalBuddies.com and the award-winning Journal Buddies books for girls and for boys.