I’ve gotten a few requests for holiday prompts, so I thought I’d put a quick post together with some ideas. The problem is that I don’t have many great ideas when it comes to holiday prompts, so any suggestions would be great. You can click on the ask link to send me an idea, if you have a good one.
Here’s what I have:
I’ll try to add more here if any good ideas come to light…
Here’s another from this set of prompts:
This idea is from mrsstartrekkie:
"You have spent your entire life living in an area with no snow or cold or other such things; write about experiencing snow for the first time."
BIG UPDATE: John Spencer at photoprompts has way more going on over there when it comes to the holiday prompt thing.
Redefine “It’s a Small World” in light of globalization.
Banksy hijacks “It’s a Small World.” Describe what it looks like now.
Someone sent me a message the other day asking about other writing prompts sites. This is the one you should know about: John Spencer’s photoprompts are fantastic.
As per a few requests, I compiled a few fantasy prompts… but I also realize that these are probably insufficient for your fantasy-related-writing-prompt needs. So, I’d also like to point out fantasyscapes, which has some great potential for inspiring writing. I also think The Art of Animation might be worth your time. That has a great mix of science fiction and fantasy art, although sometimes it’s a bit NSFWish. If you have other good ideas, please let me know. Thanks.
Jumanji world history, from a set of Common Core aligned history prompts I put together.
Teachers: If you’re looking for prompts that are aligned to Common Core standards, I have a free set up at Teachers Pay Teachers. Basically, I’m taking some of these and some new ones and retooling them to work for Common Core. If you like those, I have a set of twenty Common Core aligned prompts for sale, and I’m sure some more will be forthcoming. Proceeds will benefit my classroom and our insatiable desire for more books (we have a probably-excessive wishlist). Thanks, and sorry for the interruption to the regularly scheduled programming.