Do Christmas angels play hockey? Use your imagination to elaborate on this wacky winter scene!
On a dark and story night... Spookify your storytelling time with some scary story cards!
This Christmas writing prompt gets your child to think about what it's like to have Santa's job. Try this Christmas writing prompt with your young writer.
"Nessie" may be the world's most famous unseen sea creature! Try seeing things from her point of view with this fun writing prompt.
What if the monster under the bed was just lonely and shy? Have some spooky fun with this writing prompt to challenge your point of view.
Polish your writing skills with this spooky Halloween writing exercise! Your child will use his imagination to build a scary story from this prompt.
Imagine if Count Dracula had an advice column! What kinds of zany advice would he give out?
Kids imagine what they would do if a scarecrow showed up for Thanksgiving dinner in this creative writing exercise.
Keep creativity alive this winter break with a creative writing prompt, inspired by the spirit of Christmas giving!
Many famous mythical creatures tend to reflect the geography of the land around their country of origin. What does your hometown monster look like?
Did you know that kids all over the globe know of the boogeyman? This cautionary tale is told in almost every country!
Spin a spooky tale with a creative writing card game, perfect for a dark and creepy Halloween night around the campfire.
Enlighten the holiday spirit in your beginning writer, and have her respond to this Christmas writing prompt about the holiday colors.
Put a fun spin on the typical "Dear Santa" letter. Your child must use persuasive language to convince Santa to bring her the presents she wants!
This Halloween story starter will help your child polish grammar, handwriting and spelling skills. Get into the spooky spirit with a Halloween story starter!
If Christmas were a person, what would he or she be like? Have some fun crafting the ultimate holiday character with this Christmas writing prompt!
Little Easter Bunnies, get out your creative thinking caps and delve into this Easter writing prompt. Can you think up the best Easter egg hunt?
Check out this fun writing exercise with a spooky Halloween theme. Your student will use her imagination to write a story about a magical witch's brew.
Children are invited to reflect on the ways adversity can lead to gratitude in this thoughtful writing prompt.