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Invisible lady on a park bench writing picture prompt.

What's the story behind this? What happens next?

Writing Prompt: Explain this unfortunate situation. <-- i'm kind of imagining a worker on the second floor of a department store getting angry and slamming a dummy's feet through the floor.

Writing Prompt: One day you find this tiny door at a corner of your bedroom. What do you do? Who uses that door? Where does the door lead?

Writing Prompt: One day you find this tiny door at a corner of your bedroom. What do you do? Who uses that door? Where does the door lead? - fairy door with a tiny ladder?

190 awesome and free creative writing prompts in the free resource library at…

190 Free Writing Prompts in the Resource Library

190 awesome and free creative writing prompts in the free resource library at…

Journal & Photo Prompts

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Great resource for journal & photo writing prompts. Appropriate for middle/high school. Imagine the creative writing that could be sparked from these pics!

FREE Figurative Language Picture Collection Online~  This picture, "Catching a Cab," illustrates a common expression.  This site is great for teaching about figurative language.  Preview before using since some images are quite literal and may not be suitable for all students.

FREE Figurative Language Picture Collection Online~ This picture, "Catching a Cab," illustrates a common expression. This site is great for teaching about figurative language.

Writing prompt: You come upon this door in an abandoned old house in the woods. You notice a light coming from the keyhole…when you look in…...

You want to come into my life, the door is open. You want to get out of my life, the door is open. Just one request, don't stand at the door, you're blocking the traffic.

WRITER #1:Tell the story about what was happening when this picture was taken. WRITER #2: Add to the the first writer's story. WRITER #3: Share your thoughts or the life lesson. WRITER #1: Read the story. Edit and revise it for clarity. Give it a title. Lesson link http://pinterest.com/elaseminars (Photo source link provided below)

Writing prompts: What happened?

A board filled with illustrations and images that can serve as writing prompts!

A board filled with illustrations and images that can serve as writing prompts!

Writing Prompt: 'This is so Wrong!' -- Take the perspective of the cat. Tell what has happened to you. In the course of your story have a dialog with the bird. Don't forget to include the setting the setting and the ending of your story.

I love birds and I love cats, but you got to love the humor/irony in this photo. I actually have a bird cage like this with a stuffed cat made of pretty fabric filling the interior as a decorative piece in my living room.

That was a day we'd never forget... | story starter | photo prompt | writing prompt | elementary writing

Surrealism and Visionary art: Lissy Laricchia

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