Write Now

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If you have not seen the blog post, here I will be posting and writing about some writing starters to get you writing! After you have written, take a picture of your work and post a comment, or copy and paste your work into the comment box! To post a comment on your work please: write the topics name FIRST THEN skip a few lines, and THEN put your post/work. Write for 10-30 minutes on a Write Now topic. I will be updating from every week to every month, just know that I try to update often. 

Here is this week’s topic:          July 13, 2015 week: Write a poem that contrasts joy to depression. It’s summer, you should be joyful! 

Here is the archive of write now topics: 

June 1, 2015 week: Try to write a story in a different language using resources to help. 

May 25, 2015 week: Write about traditions and holidays. 

April 21, 2015 week: Grab a book, flip to page 39 and go to the first paragraph. Find the third sentence and use it as the beginning of your story. 

March 23, 2015 week: Tell a story about where you went on vacation using fictional characters. 

February 21, 2015 week: Weather is warming up! Write a poem about change but remember to use imagery. 

February 15, 2015 week: Write a love poem, Valentine’s Day passed! Remember to use descriptive words and to use imagery. Oh and remember figurative language.

February 8, 2015 week: Write a poem about how you think the groundhog would have reacted on Groundhog Day when he/she came out of his/her hole.

February 3, 2015 week: Write a persuasive essay about whether flowers or snow is better.

January 27,2015 week: Look out the window, what do you see? Use as many descriptive words as you can.

January 21, 2015 week: In a book you read, how is the weather there? Describe how you imagined it to be.

January 16, 2015 week: Write a story from spring and winter’s point of view.

January 6, 2015 week: Write about winter holiday memories.

January 12, 2015 week: haiku about winter.


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