Interesting Creative Writing PromptsAttractive creative writing requests
There are 100 not boring writing requests for middle and high school students.
Add an picture (photo, journal, etc.) to a notepad page and type about it. Choose one from each of the lists to form a creation and an animacombination. Now, create a brief storyline or sequence in which this critter will appear. For free, type about names: the ones you like, those you don't like, how a name can influence a person's live, how you think about your own name, why your parent has chosen your name, and so on.
Make a whole new vacation with your own tradition, ritual, food and activity. Put it down. Describe how your own lives would be changed and how you would live. Do your pail roll for the next 5 years, the next 10 years and a lifetime. Listing 10 places in the worid you'd like to see, 10 places you've always visited, and 10 places you never wanted to be.
Remember the friendliness of your hosts. Select a member of your familiy and tell them about his or her fame in your familiy or tell a legendary one. There' s a piccolo, a little ballon and a little pastry hamper. Type a sequence or a verse that contains these three items. Create a fictional or true story in which two or more humans do something stupid and are watched and criticised by beasts.
Describe your own most horrible holiday memories. Describe your best memories of a holiday with your whole host family. Make it a bit of writing. How many different cultures does your and your loved ones have? Lists all of them or simply select one and type about it. Put it down. Draw up a self-portrait. Describe something very obscure (like a crow) in a very bright place (like a white field).
You have to tell me about someone who has no enemy. Create a fictitious play in which you tell this character in an intelligent way. Tell about someone, a fact or a ruse who gets into difficulties because he is too honest. Make a history or observations of where something bold is hailed. You' re gonna have to tell me about the letter. Tell us about the best counsel you have ever had.
Type a scenery that contains you and an old copy of this work that you will find somewhere. "Type a brief story (fiction or non-fiction) where this is your first theorem. Hemingway said that he should "write clearly and unequivocally what hurts". "Be it an affective, bodily or ghost ache.
What effect would this have on the way humans treat each other? "Type your thoughts about conversations or invent a dialog between two personalities who meet for the first moment in an unforeseen place. "Tell a tale in which a player has to do with one, two or all three scenes.
You' ve got a shot at going back and making an experience in your own lifetime all new. Choose two different character from different book you have been reading this year and let them argue about something (e.g. who has been suffering more, who has had a happy one, etc.). Tell a tale about the conditions that lead to a boot in the center of the street.
All you can use is 20 words for the remainder of your live. Type a sequence beginning with this line. If you are writing a poetry titled "Hitchhiking on a Saturday afternoon. You can use these two dialog rows in a story: Create a scenario that happens in a car park between a teenage boy and a man in a cabriolet.
Make a tale for kids. "Type a sequence that contains this line. "calls it a cousin, calls it a net, calls it a tribe, calls it a group. If you' re reading this quotation, please tell us what comes to your minds. Lists five things you want in a relation. Listing ten favourite rows from a film.
Describe the worst thing you've done this weeks. Now, tell me about the best thing you've done this weekend. Put it down. Type an acrostichon with your full name and three words that describe you - good and bad - for each character. If you could make your own TV show with all your fans and family?
From A to Z: Create an alphabetic listing of advices for someone who is about to become a teen. Tell me about five things you'd rather be doing right now. Type the text to your favourite tune. Create a record of the people you speak to during the course of the night and guess the amount of free speaking hours you invest in each person.
Do you see your priority lists? Make a meal from a fictional eatery. Ensure that the place has a topic, such as Classic Books, and the meal should be named accordingly (e.g. "Mockingbird Pie"). Make a narrative with only monosyllabic words, starting with a sentence like:
Tell us about your first name - why you have received it, what connotations or histories are connected with it, what you think or know what it means. Select one and tell the tale behind it. Lists the most appealing things about your present city. Now, I' m going to go listing the most unappealing things. Create a noun and a second verb lists, all with one word.
Please describe a scenario or situaiton with at least ten words from each group. Please note about this and attach a photo or sketch. Make instructions for something you can do well (crafting, baking biscuits, redesigning guitars, applying make-up, etc.). You can tell us about a period when you had to face one of your biggest worries - or invent the history.
Take your pick of two. Describe the part. "You have to make a history that begins with this message. Explain a period when you made a wish and got it - and then you wish you hadn't - or invent a history in which this happens to the characters. "Be sure to make a history that contains this line.
Place these four elements somewhere in a history, sequence or poetry. 99th Type your name in outlines on a whole piece of hardcopy. If you want more creative writing skills, have a look at my free WordSmithery Creative Writing classes and my favorite Ultimate Guide to Creative Writing Resources!