Mother Earth contains many creatures that are just now being discovered by scientists, and not only at the bottom of the ocean.
Some of these images can be used as a writing prompt or as a part of a lesson. December 11th, Want to talk about close reading in a presentation? December 10, yeah, yeah Sometimes you just need an arresting image.
January 26th So I had this student: Julia was in my sophomore Honors English class. She earned an A, of course, she was smart, kind, wonderful- one of those most delightful kind of students that everyone loves. She had friend, of course- who loved her deeply.
Even when she was no longer my student, the following year, she would check in on me. I remember one day she peeked her head in my room and asked: I have no clue who the sharer of this photo is.
My life is better from this sharing. Notice that there are only three people in this photo. While I bemoan the state of Libraries and Librarians in America, I wonder if my love of the art form is prejudicing my evaluation of the situation.
What other thoughts come to YOUR mind when you see this photo? December 21st Photo by Allison Rost Something wonderful happened in this space. People traveled from all over the world to come together and hear the pope celebrate Mass.
After the mass all that was left was this jumble of chairs. There is so much talk lately about learning spaces, about how we need to transform our learning spaces in order to have the learning experiences our kids need. What can YOU do as a teacher to have amazing experiences no matter what the chairs look like in your room?
December 10th This image is by the amazing Nicole Dalesio. You can find her on Instagram at magrelacanela. I love looking at her mobile photography and was lucky enough to take a class from her recently. This picture makes me think of what happens when you simplify and strip the unessential away.
This was originally an iPhone photo, but through the magic of various apps, Nicole has focused our attention on what is most important to her.
I also love how you can see her thinking and values in her photography. When we give students the room to create art and images we can quickly see their thinking and see their values. October 30th Taking objects, student work, collections and organizing them- adding detailed information allows other people to create new ideas.
October 29th When I ask people to share online they often ask me: October 24th How do you promote your class, how do you promote your learning? Movies, books, albums, all get promoted before they are shared.
Same questions for professional development with your staff: October 22nd This is one block from my house.
This guy sells Tamales, Hot Chocolate and a warm corn drink out of the trunk of his car. Now is he supposed to sell Tamales out of the trunk of his car?
Usually his trunk is closed. PS- I love good food. August 30th My great friend Annalise Attreed put this drawing in my class one day when I was having a bad day. What do you do to show others they matter, you care, it will get better?
Thanks Annalise Image August 1st You can see it in their eyes.Scholastic's Adventure Story Starters writing activity for kids generates fun creative writing prompts for students to use in writing stories of adventure. Part of learning to write well is learning to plan what we write and learning to write sentences about specific topics.
This activity helps children plan and write clear descriptions of pictures before creating stories about their lives. Elementary Writing Ideas for Students— Elementary writing skills are essential to building a solid educational foundation in children. To help reinforce the habit of regular writing, it is essential to show kids that writing in school can be fun.
Writing Prompt: What is she so surprised about? like the idea of using pictures as writing prompts. Find this Pin and more on Pictures as Writing Prompts by Rachel [email protected] in Bloom. Given the post regarding the decline in Tea Party Patriots, I though this clip would be enlightening regarding the potential reason for the decline in .
Good luck with your paper! Rachel Rivett, Children's author at self-employed. Love this. Could I have permission to use a couple of images in a creative writing kit, please, if I reference your site?
It would be a great way to let people know about this. Pictures For Writing Prompts Recommended Learning Schoology. Online Course. So if you want to experiment with some good topics that kids can write about, read the lists below and take your pick from the lot.
Some Topics that Kids can Write About The sections below will equip you with a lot of topics for each stage in a child's education.