While some students find it easy and fascinating, others think of it like of a terrible dream or the most cruel punishment.
No wonder because students' attitude to creative writing depends on what kind of skills and talents they have and on what kind of activity seems attractive to them.
Describe the meaning of your name and the significance behind it. What do you think is the purpose of the allowance given by parents to children: financial independence or rewards for completing a chore or good behavior?
Was there any specific reason you were given the name? Explain what you think is the logic behind an allowance and write a persuasive piece on why parents should follow this logic.
Nothing is right or wrong, and since most of the prompts are based on personal opinion, they may vary.
Just be open to any idea, and get those young minds to think out of the box.
Here, we take a look at some prompts to stimulate those young minds. Write a piece explaining to others how to develop and imbibe this habit/quality.
Write in an instructional manner so that the guide can be followed easily by anyone who reads it.
Writing prompts come in all shapes and sizes, but, most important, they force us to take a premise and find creative avenues to turn it into a story.
They allow you to break out of funk you’ve been trapped in and enter an entirely different arena—likely one that you hadn’t considered before.