1000 Quick Writing Ideas

Author: Stevan Krajnjan
ISBN 0-9689702-1-4
Downloadable PDF File
Pages: 46
Grades: 3 – 12
TIRED OF HEARING: “I can’t think of anything to write”?


1000 QUICK WRITING IDEAS - 1000 Writing Prompts and Quick Writing Ideas - includes common writing forms that assist in the classroom.



“I have used the 1000 Writing Ideas straight away, and they have been a great hit with the substitute teacher and students alike. What a find!” — Helen,(UK)






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Motivate your students to begin writing by giving them 1000 writing ideas and prompts! Gone are the days of hearing the familiar, “I can’t think of anything to write!” 1000 Quick Writing Ideas contains 1000 practical, journal and creative writing prompts for students who struggle with inventing their own. This teacher resource also includes ready-to-use, reproducible language worksheets and often-used forms for writing.

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“I’m very impressed with the 1000 Quick Writing Ideas book. I like the ideas for writing lists and am ready to try them out on my class next year. The misspelled list of students’ words will come in very handy. I can also use this list for their spelling words. With my being a special education teacher for grades K-12 this will be of great benefit for me and my many different levels of students. Thank you for making life and class work easier on me.”— Carol Anne, USA

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“I had no problem with the downloading and printing of the three books I purchased (Teacher’s Binder, Just Multiply It! and 1000 Quick Writing Ideas). When I go back to school in a couple of weeks I will share your website with my colleagues. I teach at Wiiji Nimbawiyaang which is on the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation west of London. I’ll look forward to seeing new publications. Have a good school year.” — Carol-Anne, (USA)

“I ordered and printed The Teacher’s Binder yesterday- it looks like it will be very helpful. It’s going to be convenient to have everything altogether. Now that that worked out so well, I will order the Multiplication and the 1000 Writing Ideas books” — Carol-Anne Dendias, (London, Ontario, Canada)

“I have used the 1000 Quick Writing Ideas straight away, and they have been a great hit with supply and students alike. What a find!!!!!!!!!!!“ — Helen, (UK)

“I ordered and printed The Teacher’s Binder yesterday- it looks like it will be very helpful. It’s going to be convenient to have everything altogether. Now that that worked out so well, I will order Just Multiply It! and the 1000 Writing Ideas books” — Carol-Anne Dendias, (London, Ontario, Canada) — Carol-Anne Dendias, (London, Ontario, Canada)

“I recommended your products to all my co-workers. . . everyone wants to come and look through what I have and I tell them where to find you! Thanks so much for your wonderful products. . . .I am buying the 1000 Quick Writing Ideas right now! I also use the books as a parent. My son absolutely loves the Math Time Savers! He likes it that I make copies of some of the sheets for him, hole-punch them, and put them in his binder. I have had requests from his teachers about where I got the sheets from, and of course, I always refer them to your website! If I had the extra money, I would buy all of your products. . .and over time. . .I probably will! Thanks so much for taking the time to develop these reproducibles. . .they truly are TIME-SAVERS!” — Karla N. Evans (Lead Teacher at Dar-un-Noor School, Atlanta, GA, USA)

“I’m very impressed with the 1000 Quick Writing Ideas book. I like the ideas for writing lists and am ready to try them out on my class next year. The misspelled list of students’ words will come in very handy. I can also use this list for their spelling words. With my being a special education teacher for grades K-12 this will be of great benefit for me and my many different levels of students. Thank you for making life and class work easier on me.” “P.S. Use this comment if you want as a testimonial. I am very impressed with your products!” — Lucinda (USA)

“Thanks for an excellent product. I used your 1000 Writing Ideas last year for my grade 8 language arts class and it was just great! I hope you continue with this line of work as it is so well done and it has saved me so much time!” — Kevin Dodsworth, Westview Public School, Fort McMurray, Alberta, Canada

“Re 1000 Quick Writing Ideas: I photocopied each page 5 times on to card stock. I will laminate the cards eventually. At the beginning of each writing workshop I hand out cards randomly to the students. I give them 2 minutes from the time I finish to choose a prompt and begin writing, then collect the cards. I choose one too and write as well. Depending on my grade level, I time them 5-15 minutes. Then they are invited it share any part of their writing they wish. We discuss what we liked and a way to make it better. Sometimes I tell them to write for their eyes only and no expectation to share is given. My students are writing with an eye to polishing 5 different pieces for the end of May, out of all of their current works. The kids have written some wonderful ‘stuff’ sparked by the prompts. I can hardly wait to see their final, polished pieces! “ — Darlene Turnbull, Ecole la Prairie, Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

“I adapt the 1000 Quick Writing Ideas (which are very good) as I teach in a ‘Young Offenders Institute’ in England.” — Carol Alderton (England)

“I have just had a look through 1000 Quick Writing Ideas and it is really good!! I teach Auslan (Australian Sign Language) and your 1,000 Quick Writing Ideas are excellent ideas for the students to pick and practice signing for homework to share the next class. It saves me headaches trying to think of a topic for them to talk about!! Also, the information in there is very basic and easy to understand – it is very helpful for deaf students learning English and writing.” — Susan Ashley, Methodist Language College, Victoria (Australia)

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