Tiffany and I had a girl day this week. One of the stops we made was at $5 Below. We really like that store. Most of the items are $5 or less. You have to be careful or you can end up spending an awful lot of money in there.
One of the items we found was this writing practice workbook. It was only $5 and Tiffany is already enjoying it. We think it would be good for anyone that is interested in writing, as young as 12 or so.
The first section is Story Starters. There are about 50 pages with at least one prompt on each page.
The next section is about developing characters and has about 30 pages with at least one prompt on each.
Filling in the Blanks
This approximately 30-page section has a prompt with a blank for you to fill in and then use it as some part of a story, either a beginning or an ending, or whatever.
This next section is another 30 pages or so and is about developing dialogue.
Developing from the last section, this one works on conversations between two people. The aim is to continue the conversation, filling in who the people are and/or why they’re having the conversation.
This last section is also about 30 pages long. There are at least one prompt per page. They are designed to get you thinking in another direction. Here are some examples.
Overall there are about 300 prompts in this book and although Tiffany just got it this week, she has already done a couple. I think she is liking them.
It would definitely be a good thing to throw into the language arts mix, especially if your child is interested in writing.
Here’s the back cover, in case you are interested.
Until next time, God bless,