The commission investigating the high school shooting massacre in Parkland, Florida has recommended that classroom teachers who volunteer and undergo training should be allowed to carry guns in school. Is this a good or bad idea? Are you comfortable with your teachers carrying guns into the classroom
So much ahead for us all in 2019. New beginnings! Why not a year filled with achievements, with new friendships, love, fun and great adventures? How about creating some comic strips with MakeBeliefsComix with your new year’s dreams that we can feature (with your permission) on our Showcase Page at : https://www.makebeliefscomix.com/creating-comix/comix-gallery/ Choose a comic character at MakeBeliefsComix.com to represent you in your comic. Send your completed comic to firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also post a written response to this idea prompt directly on our writing blog below at Somethingtowriteabout.com.
With the year coming to a close, it’s time now to review how we changed and grew over 2018. Create a comic strip showing some of the high – or low – points of your life during the course of the year. What are some of the amazing things that happened to you? What was the most important thing you learned about life? The biggest surprise or accomplishment? Your best adventure?
Choose a comic character at MakeBeliefsComix.com to represent you as you review 2018. You can also post a written response to this idea prompt directly on our writing blog at Somethingtowriteabout.com.
You are welcome to send your own comic strip writing prompt to email@example.com; please include your name so that we can credit you if we use it. Thank you.
Maybe it was a heated conversation you overheard on the school bus. Maybe it was something funny – or angry — two kids in the schoolyard shouted to each other. Maybe it was something you heard in class that surprised you. Maybe it was something the disc jockey said on the radio in introducing a song.
Choose a comic character at MakeBeliefsComix.com to recall this conversation and capture the dialogue that you heard.
You are welcome to send your own comic strip writing prompt to firstname.lastname@example.org; please include your name so that we can credit you if we use it. Thank you. You can also post a written response to the idea prompt directly on our writing blog at Somethingtowriteabout.com.
The greatest question you can ask someone if you really want to get to know them: Tell me about yourself!
You can choose a comic character at MakeBeliefsComix.com to represent you and talk about the things that make you special and interesting. So many responses you can give — what you like to do, your favorite books, the music that makes you happy, your personal interests, what you may want to accomplish in life, your family, your best friend, your favorite sport or athlete. Share yourself with others in your comic strip.
Three people in three different parts of the world wake up one morning, each expecting the day to be like all the others.
But for one, in Mexico, this will turn into the most important day of her life.
For another, in China, the day will be the happiest she will ever experience.
And for the third, in Chicago, this will become his saddest day.
Write each of these people’s diaries for the day