Ever get stuck with what to write about? Me too! I love using one-word writing prompts to inspire and challenge me to write more. I made a list of 120 words that you can use to help you write more. The fun part with one-word writing prompts is that everyone has a different interpretation for each one. What will you write about next?
God asks each of us to do impossible things. I know that as a dyslexic who struggled to read, write, and comprehend the written word for so much of my life, the fact that I now write full-time is a miracle. My new career is a testament to allowing God’s plan to unfold in my life with faith and humility. God makes all things possible and answers prayers in His time when they are aligned with His will. It’s our job as believers to accept His will despite the challenges His plan poses. But when…
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If conveying your innermost thoughts via the written word isn't exactly in your wheelhouse, allow us to kindly encourage you to knock the dust off those essay-writing skills you acquired back in the day. Because the only thing that stands between you and some cushy lakeside digs are a mere 200 words.
Beloveds, this is a very brief but URGENT prophetic bulletin. Yesterday, the Lord gave me a WORD about February that you are going to love. I’m in the process of writing it out. For now, though, you need to know: If you have not made a WRITTEN LIST of your big requests–the things you want …
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Paper Airplanes with Sight word "pilots" - Rather than having just the word written on a plain piece of paper, why not make a guy with a t-shirt that says the sight word? Then the kids can write the word on the pilot as well as on the plane. Mix up the pilots and help them find their planes. Have a flying contest and have the kids write the names of the planes in order of which one went further.
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This was written with middle school students with intensive needs in mind. But could be used to support any beginning reader. This book and writing activity provide practice reading and writing the sight word 'go' with picture support. This is a great supplement for teaching the word 'go'.
Imagery Writing Activity for Years 5 & 6. Imagery is where the written word creates an image in the mind of the reader. It is that powerful thing that takes you away from life and into the life of the book. C.S. Lewis of course does this so well as he takes us into the imaginary land of Narnia and the adventures of the children.