Dr. Seuss wrote “You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself, any direction you choose.”
When you grow up, what kind of person would you like to be and where would you like to go? If you don’t know, make up something!
This easy-to-use writing journal not only gives children a writing experience, but teaches the powerful principles of honesty, trust, generosity, love and other values. When kids write and express their thoughts, they discover their own uniqueness.
In January, the theme is the New Year, and you will learn to set goals, make plans, and discover ways to improve yourself. Read the quote below, and think about your plans.
“There is magic in new beginnings.” (Hermann Hesse, writer)
Since this is the beginning of a new year, what are you going to do differently? Make a list of everything you like about yourself. Make another list of things you’d like to change.
“People with goals succeed because they know where they are going.” (Earl Nightingale)
Write something you are going to do today about your goal.
Under each prompt there are ample lines for students to write a response. Each month has a different character building trait.
February – Love, Honesty, Valentines Day, U.S. Presidents
May – Tolerance, Attitude, Learning, Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day
July – Patriotism, Music, Good Times, Anger Management
December – Joy of Giving, Holidays, Family, Memories
This is a journal to help children think deeply and express their thoughts and feelings, even at a young age. It becomes a wonderful keepsake.