How are you today? Education Blog by DUO Inspirations has another writing prompt for you today. I hope you enjoy it.
It is a blustery winter’s day where I am. Have you experienced a cold and blustery winter’s day before? The wind is blowing and the cold artic air is frigid. Even inside the house where it is warm, my nose and fingers are cold to the touch.
Since today is a cold January day, I thought that today’s writing prompt should be one associated with a cold winter’s day. Truth be told, as I am writing this, I could use a writing prompt. I am not sure which prompt I should give. That is one of the reasons I like to provide writing prompts. I know that even seasoned writers find writing prompts helpful at times. LOL!
Okay. Here is your assignment if you wish to take it. (Yes, I just came up with it, through God’s inspiration, right now.)
Imagine that is a cold and blustery day. Describe the day well. Describe some plans you had for the day that may or may not be ruined by the harsh winter weather. You can either be yourself or be another character, maybe even an animal. Or, you could be a made up character. Now, tell the story so we know how or why the weather could ruin your plans. Then, show us the outcome. Did your plans work out in the end? Were your plans changed? If they were changed, did you like the new plans better or worse than your original plans?
Now, it is your turn.
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How are you today? I have been trying to provide a writing prompt about once a week. I think they are a great way to get your thoughts started, especially if you don’t have writing topic ideas already.
Since it is November and getting close to Thanksgiving, I thought it would be a great time to have a Thanksgiving Day writing prompt. I could give the “old standard” asking you to write about your favorite Thanksgiving Day and you are more than welcome to do that. However, this time, I thought it would be nice to research a little about how other people celebrate Thanksgiving.
Learning about other people and trying to find similarities is a great way to make new friends and facilitate acceptance as well as understanding. I also find it interesting to learn about other people and get to know them.
So, this week’s writing prompt is:
Choose someone or a group of people and research how they celebrate Thanksgiving. Some examples might be friends, classmates, acquaintances, or people from other cultures. You can research on the internet, in books, or by interviewing people. It doesn’t have to be elaborate. Then, write a bit about the other person or people celebrate Thanksgiving and a little about how you celebrate Thanksgiving. Compare and contrast the two and write at least one thing you like about both.
This can be as little as two or three paragraphs or as long as you would like. Thanksgiving is usually rich in smells, tastes, sights, and feelings. Something Thanksgiving celebrations are also big on rituals, customs, or traditions. It has so many things about which to write. Include as much of it as you would like.
Now, it is your turn.
I hope you enjoy this writing prompt and learn something different. If you use it, please feel free to let me know. You can comment below or contact me. Please, feel free to contact me about anything whether asking a question, requesting a product, giving feedback, or anything in between.
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How are you? I am going to try to give writing prompts or write about writing at least once a month. This week, I decided to provide our second writing prompt.
Writing prompts may not always be necessary. We may know what we want to write. If that is the case with you, great! However, there are times when we need a writing prompt. We may not know what we want to write and may need an idea.
Sometimes, teachers will give students writer prompts to guide them to write about a specific person, event, topic or maybe to write in a specific genre. Teachers may also want to use writing prompts to check the overall writing skills of their students.
Often, the best writing is about things which interest you or about which you are passionate. So, this week’s writing prompt includes just that:
Choose a topic, hobby, or cause that interests you. Write a letter to a friend or family member telling him or her all about your interest in this topic, hobby, or cause. Don’t forget to tell him or her why you are interested in this topic, hobby, or cause. Things you might want to include in your letter are: the interest; your knowledge about the interest; any who, what, when, where, why, or how information about the interest; when and how you first discovered it; any involvement you have with the interest now; and any involvement you might want with the interest in the future. You may also want to write how you would like your friend or family member how you might want him or her to get involved as well. Include anything else that is relevant that you want. Most of all, enjoy writing it, and show your passion or interest for the subject in your writing. Have fun!
Now, it is your turn.
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How are you today? I hope you are well. Have you ever sat down to write something and couldn’t think of anything to write? LOL! Yes, me too! So, I thought that I might create writing prompts once a month or something to share. That way, if you are having trouble coming up with a writing topic, you can use the writing prompt.
I find writing prompts helpful when I am not sure what to write. I don’t always use the writing prompt given or my free writing from it, yet, it usually gets my thoughts going again. It gets me past the writer’s block. I hope it helps you as well.
So, drum roll please. Today’s writing prompt is this:
“Pretend that your phone or television came alive and had a conversation with you. What would it say? How would you respond?”
Our phones and our televisions seem to play a big roll in our lives these days. They will surely have a story to tell. Maybe that it is that we depend on them too much. Maybe it is that we need to clean them more often. Maybe it is that they enjoy sharing adventures with us. I don’t know. If your phone or television were to talk with you, what would it say?
So, what do you think of the writing prompt? Did you try it? How did your writing turn out? Would you like more writing prompts? I can’t wait to hear from you.
Now, it is your turn.
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Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, just an overview.