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February Writing Prompts Journal


This Monthly Writing Prompts Journal is for the month of February and has been designed to help students think, create and express their own ideas and opinions on a variety of topics.

There is a separate journal page for each day of the month that provides students with writing prompt. Some prompts a light-hearted while others are designed to make students critically think about issues, values, etc.

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Here are two examples:
February 22nd – (Be Humble Day)
Have you ever given up an argument, even when you thought you were right, for the sake of not fighting? Have you ever helped someone and not taken credit for it? Do you show respect to people simply because they are older (even if you believe they aren’t necessarily wiser)? These are acts of humility. How hard is it to be humble? Why is it important to be humble? Write about a time that you were humble.

February 26th – (“Oh for Pete’s Sake” Day)
Oh, for Pete’s Sake Day celebrates one example of a ‘minced oath’, where an offensive word or phrase is substituted by something more acceptable in society. Other examples include, “For crying out loud!” and “Sugar!”. Such euphemisms have been used for centuries whenever people hit thumbs with hammers, burn hands on hot plates or sit on sharp things while in polite company. Why has Pete been singled out for special attention? Create a story to explain why Pet was singled out!

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