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Question a Day Journal for Kids

After a lot of work behind the scenes for the past several months, I’m so excited to finally announce that my new book, the Question a Day Journal for Kids, is for sale! This book features 365 creative, kid-friendly prompts, designed to get kids aged 6-9 years old journaling.

I would love you to support my book. You can order your copy now.

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Question a Day Journal for Kids

Why Should Kids Journal?

Did you keep a journal as a child? I did, and I still journal as an adult.

Journaling offers all sorts of great benefits for kids! Here are a few of my favorites:

  • Journaling develops self expression. Children learn about themselves as they journal.
  • Keeping a journal offers wonderful writing practice! A journal should be a safe space for children to write about their life.
  • Journaling helps children process their lives. We think about our lives when we write about them.
  • Journals help us capture important memories. I love looking over old journal entries and remembering parts of my life.
  • Journaling makes us think. When we put pen (or pencil) to paper, we slow down and think about our lives.

Why do you think journaling is important for kids?

More Journaling Resources for Kids:

Did you buy a copy of my Question a Day Journal for Kids? I would love to hear what you think!

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MaryAnne is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.

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