This 30 Day Writing Challenge for kids is perfect to help kids continue learning over the summer. With 30 writing prompts, kids will have something new to write each and every day for 30 days. It is a fun way for children to improve their writing skills.
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Summer Writing Prompts
When kids are given a writing assignment, there are a few challenges. One of the biggest challenges for kids when it comes to writing kids don’t know what to write about. With this writing challenge printable, kids have something new to write about each day. It is a great way for kids to practice their writing skills over the summer.
Writing Helps Prevent Summer Slide
As the school year comes to a close, parents hear a lot about preventing summer slide. Summer slide is when kids slide backward from all the things that they have learned over the school year. This is why schools encourage the kids to continue to work on the skills that they have learned throughout the school year.
Using this printable for the 30 day challenge kids can practice the writing skills they have learned all year and have fun writing. Parents will love looking back on the writing journal that the kids have created using these prompts
How to Motivate Kids to Write
Kids are more likely to write when they have an idea of what to write about. This writing challenge helps kids to know what to write about each day. Another fun way to encourage kids to write is to buy them a special notebook or composition book and new writing instruments like pencils or pens. The kids will love to write in their journal with these challenges.
How to Use this 30 Day Writing Challenge
Get your kids a notebook or writing pad.
Download the 30 Day Writing Challenge Printable
Put the writing calendar somewhere it can be seen. I like the idea of gluing it to the cover of the notebook.
Have the kids write using the journal prompt each day.
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