Daily, genre-inspired writing prompts for authors, teachers, and journaling
Currently Browsing: Primary Teachers

Primary – May 25

“Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.” -Ralph Waldo Emerson, born this date in 1803. What does his advice mean to you?

Primary – May 24

The musician Bob Dylan was born on this date in 1941. He once said, “All I can do is be me, whoever that is.” Explain why you think you are who you will be, or if you’ll be someone else as you get older.

Primary – May 23

Margaret Wise Brown, the author of Goodnight Moon, was born on this date in 1910. What is your favorite story, and why is it so important to you?

Primary – May 22

What question would you most like to ask the President of the United States? How do you think the President would answer?

Primary – May 21

Yesterday was WH Auden’s birthday. He once said, “You owe it to all of us all get on with what you’re good at.” Explain how to do something you’re good at.

Primary – May 20

William Thornton, architect of the US Capitol, was born on this date in 1759. Tell a story about a time your mood changed because of the building you were in.

Primary – May 19

If you could create anything during your summer break, what would you create and what would you do with it?

Primary – May 18

“In all affairs it’s a healthy thing now and then to hang a question mark on the things you have long taken for granted.” -Bertrand Russell, born on this date in 1872. Think about something in your life you take for granted, and then write what it would be like if that something disappeared.

« Previous Entries

© David Schlosser, 2011-13 | Designed and Developed by Umstattd Media
Skip to content