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Thank you for your enthusiastic response to last month’s writing prompt journal debut! I hope you are enjoying your child’s creative writing results.
The July pages were so much fun to make! Words I Like might be my favorite. A few words on my list: dragon, petunia, haberdashery, wonky
This is how it works: Each month, I will post several new FREE writing prompt journal pages. A few of them will be available for everyone to download, and the rest will be reserved for my subscribers. All of the journal pages and journal covers can be found on a password-protected subscriber freebie page so you can access them at any time. The link and password can be found at the bottom of every email update. Not a subscriber? Sign up HERE.
A couple of the pages each month will be specific to that month, but most can be used at any time – just pick & choose your favorites.
Every month will include these pages:
- 5 Senses
- Count Your Blessings
- Monthly Events
- Bible Verse to Color
Additional pages will focus more on lists or creative writing, like the Knock Knock Jokes page shown below. My hope is that you and your child will have a fun yearbook to look back on and enjoy together.
July’s Journal Writing Prompt Pages:
- July 5 Senses
- Ice Cream Count Your Blessings
- Lighthouse Current Events
- John 8:36 Coloring Page
- 10 Reasons I Like Summer
- Freedom A to Z
- Knock Knock!
- Your Fairy Tale Kingdom
- Be Prayerful (daily prayer list)
- Words I Like
You can download the July 5 Senses, the Ice Cream Count Your Blessings, and the John 8:36 coloring page below. The link for the other pages can be found at the bottom of every email update. Not a subscriber? Sign up HERE.
–>> DOWNLOAD JULY 5 SENSES <<–
–>> DOWNLOAD ICE CREAM BLESSINGS <<–
–>> DOWNLOAD JOHN 8:36 <<–
Note: For best results, adjust your printer settings to borderless or whole page.
You will also find 16 journal covers on the subscriber page. You can slip the cover into the clear front of a binder, or print it on cardstock and use a comb binder to create your journal once it is finished. Use page protectors in your binder if you don’t want to hole punch your journal pages.
Please feel free to leave a comment if you have any questions. Happy Journaling!!