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Friday Freewrite: Home alone

Friday, March 6th, 2015

child looking out the window

Your family goes out to grab a bite to eat, and you stay at home because you have the sniffles. While they are gone a massive snowstorm hits! No one is hurt, but they are stuck at the restaurant till morning. What will you do?

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Friday Freewrite: Dogs and cats (and llamas!!)

Friday, February 27th, 2015

Dogs_cats_llamas_freewrite

This writing prompt was originally going to focus only on our canine and feline friends, but in light of the “llama  drama” yesterday…

Imagine that the dogs (and the llamas!!) are upset because they can’t roam as freely as many cats can.

For instance, the law in Ohio states that dogs must be “physically confined or restrained or properly leashed and controlled by a person, except in cases where the dog is hunting with its owner or keeper.”

But, it’s not always the same for cats (see section II. D.)

Now imagine you’re a dog (or a llama!!) and write down the arguments you might use to show that you deserve the same freedom as cats.

Then imagine you’re a cat and share reasons why it’s purrfectly fine to have different laws for cats and dogs (and llamas!!).

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Friday Freewrite: Happy ending

Friday, February 20th, 2015

Sad clown

Should fictional stories always have happy endings? Why or why not.

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Friday Freewrite: Most romantic gift ever??

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Vacuum Cleaner

Imagine you work for an ad agency and your assignment is to write a commercial convincing people that a vacuum cleaner is the most romantic gift ever. Go!

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Friday Freewrite: Hide and Seek

Friday, February 6th, 2015

Hide and seek

Explore the same event from two different points of view! Describe a hide and seek game from the perspective of the one who hides then from the one who seeks.

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Friday Freewrite: Piano

Friday, January 30th, 2015

Piano
Write from a piano’s perspective. For instance, describe in first person what it would feel like to have someone bang on the keys or not know how to read music or play beautifully.

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Friday Freewrite: Lost in the woods

Friday, January 23rd, 2015

Woods

Imagine that you and a friend got lost in the woods and then the sun set. What would you do?

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Friday Freewrite: By age 21

Friday, January 16th, 2015

Ice skating

What are three things you’d like to accomplish before you turn 21 years old? Explain.

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Friday Freewrite: Steering (or not)

Friday, January 9th, 2015

Sledding Mary Waters Park

What are the pros and cons to being the one steering (in control) or being the one going along for the ride, and who would you rather be? Explain.

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Friday Freewrite: Fun times

Friday, January 2nd, 2015

Daddy & Daughter Bonding Time!!

List the fun times you had in 2014. Pick one and describe it so readers can imagine your experience like a scene in a movie.

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