Inspire little learners with writing a diary entry based on a real or imaginary event!
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Keeping a diary is a fantastic way to get younger pupils into a regular writing habit, which helps them become fluent and confident writers.
My Amazing Diary offers your pupils the opportunity to kick-start a diary writing habit! You could ask your pupils to keep a diary for the rest of this term, writing a recount of this experience at the end of term to enter. Alternatively, they could try their hand at writing about a day in the life of someone else, or even writing about an imaginary event.
From recounts to creative writing to an extended writing project, My Amazing Diary is here to help your pupils enjoy writing regardless of their ability. Let's get writing today!
It's World Book Day on the 4th March, so there's no better time to inspire your younger pupils with writing a diary about their favourite book character!
Pupils could go on an imaginary adventure or recount their World Book Day celebrations!
It’s a fun way to introduce diary writing to younger pupils, they’ll have a blast!
Today is International Women's Day and it's Mother's Day on 14th March, why not inspire your pupils' to write diary entries that celebrate their mums or an important role model in their lives?
From siblings, grandparents, cousins and parents, to teachers, friends, or their idol, it's a great way to write a positive diary entry that's heartfelt and personal.
On the 20th March, it’s World Storytelling Day, even though it's a Saturday use the event to let your pupils' imaginations run riot, what exciting adventures could they go on? They could recount their “best ever day” or write a diary about their favourite thing to do. There's so much fun to be had!
Inspire pupils to write their diary entries about their favourite traditional tale!
They could choose to be the big bad wolf or the gingerbread man. Perhaps they’d like to be knight or princess in their diaries! You could even inspire them with traditional tales from other cultures.
Why not get your pupils writing a diary from the perspective of a father figure? It could be their own father, a famous father from a book, or a parental figure they look up to.
What does the character they’ve chosen like? What do they do? Where would they go?
By letting your pupils choose their father figure it makes it easier for them to write from another perspective as they may know the person or character well.
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