Thirteen pounds of the explosive caused a crater six hundred feet deep and twelve hundred feet in diameter, knocked over a steel tower a half mile away, and knocked men down ten thousand yards away.
Write a poem that is an ode to a fruit.
Word of the Day: Think of a place you went to when you were younger but it now no longer there or is something else. Imagine finding a box. He did intend future generations to see the diary, as evidenced by its inclusion in his library and its catalogue before his death along with the shorthand guide he used and the elaborate planning by which he ensured his library survived intact after his death.
For example, you could make an acrostic poem using the last letters of the word or use secret code words in the poem. Take your camera for a walk and write based on one of the photographs you take. I lived in Axe yard, having my wife and servant Jane, and no more in family than us three.
Write a magic spell. I down to the water-side, and there got a boat and through bridge, and there saw a lamentable fire. In Pepys decided to undergo surgery; not an easy option, as the operation was known to be especially painful and hazardous.
Write about putting trust in someone. Write about your feelings of empathy or compassion for another person. Listen to some instrumental music and write a poem that matches the mood, beat, and style of the music. We hope you enjoy these creative writing prompts!
Make a list of the first 5 adjectives that pop into your head. Write about the stars in the sky and what they mean to you. I have seen children being left behind everywhere. Think of gears, moving parts, machines.
The juxtaposition of his commentary on politics and national events, alongside the very personal, can be seen from the beginning. Think of objects, animals, etc.
The Sound of Silence: Write a poem using words from a famous letter or a letter from your own collection. Write a poem to someone who is estranged from you. Write using the slogan or line from an ad.
Should, Would, And Could: Write about a time when you took a chance and what the result was. Give us a miracle if you can. Write a motivational poem or journal entry about positive traits that make you who you are.
England was in disarray when he began writing his diary. Random Act of Kindness: Write a poem or essay that raises awareness for a cause you support. Cute as a Button: As he stated in a MTV interview, he was torn between his love for making music and the consequences of being famous: What is something has impacted you positively in your life?
Write something so sweet, it makes your teeth hurt. The Black Death happened to hit our village, and I am starting to see scary and horrible things happening everywhere around me; I figured that you would be the best place to record these events.
Knighton, a "virtuoso performance". Write about a phone call you recently received. Write about flavors and tastes or a favorite spice of yours. What makes you smile?Use these checklists when writing diary entries, three levels of differentiation are provided listing key features to be included.
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Many of the combatants of the First World War recorded the daily events of their experiences in the form of a diary. Some were subsequently published after the war and have become celebrated. Many more, however, remained tucked away in cupboard drawers for years, unpublished and unseen.
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In an entry from April ofthe influential French artist Eugène Delacroix writes at the age of twenty-five: I am taking up my Journal again after a long break. I think it may be a way of calming this nervous excitement that has been worrying me for so long.
Let your children get creative with these lovely topical writing frames! Use the image and words provided as prompts to help your little learners use appropriate vocabulary.Download