Pinterest • The world’s catalogue of ideas

For this fun writing activity students create their own monster and write a descriptive paragraph about them. They then cut and fold back their paper so a fellow peer can read their descriptive paragraph and try and draw what they think the monster looks like without seeing the original drawing.


Oh my goodness. I am certain that this is what I want to use in my writing section for my students! Unjournaling-- a creative approach to getting kids excited about daily writing


Quick and Easy WRITING CENTER using EMOJI's. Engaging and has so many uses! Perfect for third grade, fourth grade, fifth grade, sixth grade elementary classrooms and middle school.


Round Robin Writing & Editing Idea

This strategy has students rotate a paper around to tell and story, and then they edit their original paper. Great editing practice!


Micro Fiction, Creative Writing Fun for Teens, Narrative Writing, Sub Plan, CCSS