For those of you doing the A-Z Challenge, have you ever noticed how long the alphabet is?
R is for Reviews
I’ve been thinking a lot about Travel Journals this month. Obviously.
A 26-prompt travel journal gives kids the opportunity to try different journaling techniques while traveling. In these prompts I have options for kids who like to collect stuff, kids who like to stick to the facts, kids who like to write out their feelings, write their opinions, or draw.
This prompt is for the kid who, maybe, doesn’t even want to travel journal at all. It answers the questions, “what did I do and what did I think?” in the simplest ways possible.
For the kid who wants to complete a 26-prompt journal in its entirety, this prompt serves a simpler purpose. It gives them a place to put all the things they did that doesn’t fit into another prompt. Print out several pages to encourage kids to rate everything they did.
You can download the travel journal page by clicking on the image below:
Update: The download is now only accessible for newsletter subscribers. Subscribe here. Subscribers also get access to the resource library which includes free downloads once a month. If you’re still looking for something to download on this page, I created a one-sheet list of the prompts created for this challenge. Click on the image to download