Kids Writing Prompts: February 2017

Kids Writing Prompts

It’s time to revisit our newest category of writing prompts! It’s never too early (or late) to embrace creativity. Although I tend to create darker content, it is good practice to take a step back and enjoy some light-hearted content. Below, you will find three new writing prompts that are perfect for all ages. It’s time to start your story!

On a note of our other content, I have to apologize for the lack of a new flash fiction last week. I had intended to only take one week off after Red Herring, but it quickly became two while I was focusing on my rough draft. I have begun some work for a new flash fiction. It could easily be a series–that will depend on the feedback I receive from you all. I’m going for satire, a new style for me, so any and all feedback you can offer will certainly be appreciated.

As always, you can share feedback as well as any stories and artwork you create based on our stuff in the comments below or on our Facebook page. Also follow us on Pinterest and Twitter (we don’t post often but we try to keep it updated)!

Kids Writing Prompts-Feb2017-Her life changed when she learned the monsters were protecting her.
Her life changed when she learned the monsters were protecting her.
Kids Writing Prompts-Feb2017-The fallen tree limb transformed into a gleaming sword.
The fallen tree limb transformed into a gleaming sword.
Kids Writing Prompts-Feb2017-The large egg cracked open and the creature within looked around the room.
The large egg cracked open and the creature within looked around the room.

 

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2 thoughts on “Kids Writing Prompts: February 2017”

  1. Hi there! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow
    you if that would be ok. I’m undoubtedly enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.

    1. Yes, we are on Twitter, @hollhideaway. Although I do have to admit that we don’t use it frequently. We try to always link our new content but often forget to post anything beyond that. If you’re interested, the artist has her own Twitter @tipsyscribbbles as well. We’ll work on sharing more often to Twitter.
      Thank you so much for your interest in our content!

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