There are 24 diary writing prompts in this pack, covering all sorts of professions including "people who help us". We ask children to put themselves into a particular profession for the day and write a diary entry. Kids can make it factual, or get creative!
Prompt children into writing with our varied collection of writing prompts, which can be used with a variety of ages. Some come in packs and some are individual downloads. Explore below!
Here's a fun page to get the kids thinking and writing! What are their best smells? Best sounds? Once they get started it might be hard to pick only a few to write down. Don't forget to sign and date the page and keep it to enjoy in the future.
Make a list of your favourite books and sign and date it. It will be fun to look back on in the future. Why not update the list once a year, on your birthday or World Book Day, perhaps?
Everybody has a favourite movie or two, or three, or four .... or twenty! See if the kids can think about and write down their favourite movies here on this fun page. Sign and date the page so that you can look back on it and giggle!
What songs do your children love? Find out when they fill out this fun journal page with their favourite music. Sign and date it and you will have something fun to look back on and compare in the future.
Children will enjoy filling out (and perhaps colouring in) this fun journal page with their favourite places to visit. Will it be the shops, the seaside, the funfair? Or their friend's house, or grandma's?
Most kids have a favourite TV show ... or many! It will be fun to think about which they are and record them on this page. Sign and date it and have a look in a year or so. What's changed?
Inventing new things is a lot of fun! If you could invent anything, what would it be? Draw your invention inside the lightbulb on this worksheet then write a little about what your invention will do...
Sunshine, ice-cream, the seaside, roses and lavender - these are just some of the things I love about summer. Get the kids to write down what they love using this fun printable.
Writing down the things that make you happy is such a useful exercise for all children - and adults too! In fact it is now quite fashionable to do this regularly, perhaps once a month or even at the end of every day.
Write a list of tricks to teach the dog - and then you can tick them off when you have done it! Start with "sit" and "stay", perhaps?
You could tackle this What Makes Me Me worksheet during an "All About Me" topic, or perhaps at the beginning of a new school year.
This pack of 23 writing prompt pages asks the children to think about why they enjoy - Music, Musical Instruments, Bagpipes, Cello, Clarinet, Cymbals, Didgeridoo, Double Bass, Drums, Flute, French Horn, Guitar, Harmonica, Harp, Piano, Recorder, Saxophone, Tambourine, Triangle, Trombone, Trumpet,