What do you write in March?
Writing Prompt Ideas for March
- March 1 – Theme: Peanut Butter Lover’s Day.
- March 2 – Theme: Dr.
- March 3 – Theme: Alexander Graham Bell’s Birthday.
- March 4 – Theme: Women’s History Month.
- March 5 – Theme: Boston Massacre and Propaganda.
- March 6 – Theme: Oreo Cookies.
- March 7 – Theme: World Maths Day.
What are some fun Journal topics?
52 Journal Prompts for Kids to Record Their Lives and Thoughts
- Who is one person that you look up to and why?
- What is your favorite memory?
- What is one thing about today that surprised you?
- What is one mistake you made today and what did you learn from it?
- What are three things you’re grateful for?
What are some story ideas?
Top 10 Story Ideas
- Tell the story of a scar.
- A group of children discover a dead body.
- A young prodigy becomes orphaned.
- A middle-aged woman discovers a ghost.
- A woman who is deeply in love is crushed when her fiancé breaks up with her.
- A talented young man’s deepest fear is holding his life back.
What are novel ideas?
If something is so new and original that it’s never been seen, used or even thought of before, call it novel. Companies are always looking for that novel idea that will earn them millions and skydiving is a novel experience, especially if you’re not adventurous.
What should I journal about teens?
50 Mindful Journal Prompts for Teens
- What are you grateful for?
- What do you think are the biggest challenges for you so far?
- When do you feel a relief?
- Who can help you feel a relief?
- What is your happiest moment of life?
- What would be the title of your life now?
- If you could add, change or cancel the rule at home.
What can I write about teens?
The Best Creative Writing Topics for Teens
- Have you ever seen somebody being treated unfairly?
- Do you talk to people the same way in person as you do on social media?
- How do you think social media has changed or is changing the world?
- What kind of America do you want to live in?
- What are your plans after high school?
What should I write fiction about?
Fiction Prompts – Ideas for Stories
- a hitchhiker, an allergy, and a mistake in a map.
- a cemetery, a missing dog, and a joke that goes too far.
- a Halloween costume, a stapler, and a complaint between neighbors.
- a stolen phone, a love song, and a bet.
- a dance competition, an engagement ring, and a worried parent.