Fueling Imagination: 10 Creative Writing Exercises For Kids
It’s so important to help our children transfer their imagination, thoughts and feelings onto a piece of paper. Not only is it cathartic but it’s a great way to keep our little ones thinking and creative. This could be a hard task if creative writing isn’t your child’s natural interest. After a long day of school work and homework, the last thing your child wants to do is more work, even if it is for fun. However, always start with what your child wants to discuss and not what you want. This is the easiest way to get their thoughts flowing. Click continue to check out some creative writing exercises, you’ll be surprised how much your little ones will enjoy them.
If you were president for a day, what would that day look like?
Name three superpowers that you wish you had and how would you save the world with them?
What would you buy if you won the lottery and why?
If you could create your own class and be a teacher for a day, what subject would you teach and why?
Why is it important to be yourself? And what ways are you being yourself?
If you could travel to another planet, which one would it be? Could you imagine what it would be like there?
Fill in the blank: If I ruled the world _______
What if I could fly?
Fill in the blank: I believe in myself because _______.
Who would you like to be when you grow up?