Writing Prompts

Warbler Character

Writing Prompt: Fill out the Character Sheet, with the Character being a black and white warbler. There is a printable version included below. Printable Version: Bonus Writing Prompt, and additional character sheet: Continue reading Warbler Character

Sunrise List

Writing Prompt: Create a list of reasons to watch the sunrise. It’s beautiful. It’s peaceful. It’s relaxing. It’s calming. You can take photos. You can make memories. It’s a great way to start the day. It can help improve your mood. It helps build a routine. There are many bright, awesome colors. Continue reading Sunrise List

February Writing Prompts

Write about a couple who falls in love after one of them is injured. Write a poem about the color red. You wake up one morning and it is snowing outside, except the snow is not white. What color is it and why? It is February 12. You and your spouse agreed in early February … Continue reading February Writing Prompts

October Writing Prompts

October Writing Prompts Describe the color orange in words without using the word orange. 2. You go to your best friends house and find a skeleton in your closet. Is it a real skeleton, or a proverbial one? If it is real, whose skeleton is it and why is it in their closet? If it … Continue reading October Writing Prompts

June Writing Prompts

Make a list of things you might see at a river. Write a poem about looking up at trees. Write a description of water running over a rock. Write about a stick’s journey down the river. Write a story about a group that is camping in the wilderness. Create a list of nature places to … Continue reading June Writing Prompts

Trilliums

Writing Prompt: Write a poem about wildflowers. Snow melting, Spring arriving, Green pushing up from beneath the ground. Flower opening, White appearing, Exploding out across the brown forest floor. Trilliums arriving, Slowly rising, Bringing beauty and life to the forest. Continue reading Trilliums

Memory Loss

Writing Prompt: Write about a character with an unreliable memory. Tilly stared up at the building above her. It looked familiar, but she’d forgotten where she was and where she was supposed to go. Glancing down at her watch, the time read 7:40am. It felt like she was supposed to be somewhere, but she wasn’t … Continue reading Memory Loss