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Middle and High School LinkUp #14

Welcome to our Middle and High School LinkUp #14 for tweens, teens and their Moms! We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet and for us moms to have a place to share middle school and high school homeschool tips and techniques. Although most of the moms seem to be so busy, we just don’t have time to pull this off.  The students are provided a creative writing prompt.  They write their article on their own blog or on their mom’s blog and then link their articles below.  I am so encouraged and excited seeing how their writing skills are developing and their creativity is flourishing!  This has been such a blessing to me personally and to our homeschool!  Thank you all for being a part of it!

You can link up at any of the following co-host’s sites:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Vicki at 7 Sisters Homeschool

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting  is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Saturday evening.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

The story prompts seem to be working well… so I’m going to continue with these.  Here is a list of prompts I found to help get your creative minds flowing!

  1. Shadows quivered on the wall as the candle flickered, then fizzled to nothing.
  2. I could just make out the windows high in the castle wall.
  3. She SO did not want to be here, especially when. . .
  4. He slammed forward as the brakes screeched and the car . . .
  5. It was the strangest thing I had ever seen, with tubes and wires . . .
  6. The lane was night-dark, even at noon.
  7. He stared at the credit card, numbers blurring in front of his eyes, wondering if . . .
  8. She ducked as the plate smashed against the wall behind her.
  9. She hesitated at the post box, not knowing if she should really send the letter.
  10. It was one of those days when everything seemed to go wrong.
  11. My hand trembled as I punched the number into the phone.
  12. She knelt on the tile floor, carefully picking up the shards of glass. Why did it have to be this one that broke?
  13. Colors swooped and swirled behind his closed eyelids as the music soared, taking him back to . . .
  14. The chattering birds made her smile, until she heard a growl.
  15. The dream last night had seemed so real… it was just a dream, right?
  16. The storm whipped the trees outside and she huddled under her quilt.
  17. Sun, sand, sea—total relaxation. So why couldn’t he let it go?
  18. She tore through the alley, ducked into a doorway, and tried to squeeze into nothingness.
  19. Trapped. A rat in a maze, a tiger in a cage, every cliché he could think of—he was trapped.
  20. The building shook, lurching and jumping, and the little china horse fell off the mantel.
  21. The prickles on his neck told him he was being watched.
  22. The sun was soft and the boat rocked gently. It wasn’t so bad running out of fuel, until . . .


Middle and High School LinkUp #13

Wow, it is our Middle and High School LinkUp #13 for tweens, teens and their Moms! We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet and for us moms to have a place to share middle school and high school homeschool tips and techniques. Although most of the moms seem to be so busy, we just don’t have time to pull this off.  The students are provided a creative writing prompt.  They write their article on their own blog or on their mom’s blog and then link their articles below.

You can link up at any of the following co-host’s sites:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Vicki at 7 Sisters Homeschool

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting  is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Saturday evening.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-) 
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

For this week’s linkup theme, here are your options:

  • Alphabet Poem. Write a 26-line poem using all the letters of the alphabet. Have the first line start with the letter “A,” the second “B,” the third “C,” etc.
  • Back From the Future. A knock at the door catches you off guard. Upon answering it, you’re greeted by a man who says he’s from the future—and he can prove it. More important, he says he has information that will save your life.

  • Stacey was bored. It was halfway through the summer and he was fed up, so he decided to go exploring.
  • “Base to Captain SkyFighter, Base to Captain SkyFighter. Come in Captain SkyFighter.” “Captain SkyFighter. Come in Captain SkyFighter. Where are you?”

And a few from last week  prompts I found at Writing Forward., because they seemed to be popular!

  • You’re digging in your garden and find a fist-sized nugget of gold.
  • Write about something ugly–war, fear, hate, or cruelty–but find the beauty (silver lining) in it.
  • The asteroid was hurtling straight for Earth…
  • There’s a guy sitting on a park bench reading a newspaper…
  • He turned the key in the lock and opened the door. To his surprise, he saw…
  • Silvery flakes drifted down, glittering in the bright light of the harvest moon. The blackbird swooped down…
  • The detective saw his opportunity. He grabbed the waitress’s arm and said…
  • There are three children sitting on a log near a stream. One of them looks up at the sky and says…
  • There is a magic talisman that allows its keeper to read minds. It falls into the hands of a young politician…
  • And you thought dragons didn’t exist…
  • Write about nature. Include the following words: hard drive, stapler, phone, car, billboard.
  • The nation is controlled by…
  • You walk into your house and it’s completely different–furniture, decor, all changed. And nobody’s home.
  • Write about one (or both) of your parents. Start with “I was born…”
  • The most beautiful smile I ever saw…
  • I believe that animals exist to…
  • A twinkling eye can mean many things. Start with a twinkle in someone’s eye and see where it takes you.
  • Get a package of one of your favorite canned or boxed foods and look at the ingredients. Use every ingredient in your next piece of writing.


Middle and High School LinkUp #12

Welcome to our Middle and High School LinkUp #12 for tweens, teens and their Moms! We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet and for us moms to have a place to share middle school and high school homeschool tips and techniques.  The students are provided a creative writing prompt.  They write their article on their own blog on their mom’s blog and then link their articles below.

You can link up at any of the following co-host’s sites:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Vicki at 7 Sisters Homeschool

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

 

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

 

If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting  is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Saturday evening.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

For this week’s theme, let’s choose to write from one of these topics:

write a story that begins with one of the following sentences…

  • You’re digging in your garden and find a fist-sized nugget of gold.
  • Write about something ugly–war, fear, hate, or cruelty–but find the beauty (silver lining) in it.
  • The asteroid was hurtling straight for Earth…
  • There’s a guy sitting on a park bench reading a newspaper…
  • He turned the key in the lock and opened the door. To his surprise, he saw…
  • Silvery flakes drifted down, glittering in the bright light of the harvest moon. The blackbird swooped down…
  • The detective saw his opportunity. He grabbed the waitress’s arm and said…
  • There are three children sitting on a log near a stream. One of them looks up at the sky and says…
  • There is a magic talisman that allows its keeper to read minds. It falls into the hands of a young politician…
  • And you thought dragons didn’t exist…
  • Write about nature. Include the following words: hard drive, stapler, phone, car, billboard.
  • The nation is controlled by…
  • You walk into your house and it’s completely different–furniture, decor, all changed. And nobody’s home.
  • Write about one (or both) of your parents. Start with “I was born…”
  • The most beautiful smile I ever saw…
  • I believe that animals exist to…
  • A twinkling eye can mean many things. Start with a twinkle in someone’s eye and see where it takes you.
  • Get a package of one of your favorite canned or boxed foods and look at the ingredients. Use every ingredient in your next piece of writing.

I found these prompts at Writing Forward. If none of these are of interest, feel free to choose your own.


Middle and High School LinkUp #11

Welcome to our Middle and High School LinkUp #11 for tweens, teens and their Moms! We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet and for us moms to have a place to share middle school and high school homeschool tips and techniques.  The students are provided a creative writing prompt.  They write their article on their own blog on their mom’s blog and then link their articles below.

You can link up at any of the following co-host’s sites:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Vicki at 7 Sisters Homeschool

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!
 

If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting  is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Saturday evening.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

For this week’s theme, let’s choose to write from one of these topics:

Write a story that begins with one of the following sentences…

  • They used to tell me that patience is a virtue.
  • I wasn’t always afraid of the dark.
  • She couldn’t hear him over the sound of crashing ocean waves.
  • He spent hours waiting for the call, but it never came.
  • The moon was bigger than usual against the daylight.
  • You think you know someone, and then they leave you stranded in a desert with nothing to drink.
  • He had two thoughts before jumping out of the plane.
  • The street was slick with oil.
  • He ran his first two red lights that night.
  • After everything that happened that day, it was a jammed jacket zipper that finally sent her over the edge.
  • They heard his ringtone coming from inside the trunk.
  • Someone must have set me up – I was in the house all day.
  • Tommy had never learned how to change a tire, but knew he had better learn now if they wanted to escape.
  • She knew every inch of the town, and yet she’d never seen that house in her entire life.

I found these prompts at Udemy. If none of these are of interest, feel free to choose your own.


Middle and High School LinkUp #10

Welcome to our Middle and High School LinkUp #10 for tweens, teens and their Moms! We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet and for us moms to have a place to share middle school and high school homeschool tips and techniques.  The students are provided a creative writing prompt.  They write their article on their own blog on their mom’s blog and then link their articles below.

You can link up at any of the following co-host’s sites:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Vicki at 7 Sisters Homeschool

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting  is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Saturday evening.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-) 
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

For this week’s theme, let’s choose to write from one of these topics:

  • Who do you admire the most in the world? Why?
  • If you could live as any one person for a day, who would you choose and why?
  • If time travel was possible, which year would you go back in time to? Give a reasons for your answer.
  • What is your favorite book? What did you enjoy the most about it?
  • Describe your favorite vacation spot. Give reasons as to why you enjoy going there.
  • If you could change any one thing in the world, what would it be and why?
  • Write a paper describing a favorite day you spent with your family. Give at least three reasons why you enjoyed this day so much. Be as specific as possible.
  • What kind of music do you like listening to? What are your favorite singers or bands? Give reasons for your choice. https://www.udemy.com/blog/expository-writing-prompts/ 

If none of these are of interest, feel free to choose your own.


Middle and High School LinkUp #9

Welcome back to the Middle and High School (tweens, teens & moms) Creative Writing LinkUp! Well last week was not a stellar week here at Live and Learn Farm… I didn’t get a single post up from the Corlew boys. The sad thing is they are all written, they just need editing (mom) and I didn’t do it. So, I’m being real here… sometimes it is mom that slows progress down and not the homeschooled children.  Can you relate?  If that sounds like something you read before… you have.  Week two of not getting posts up.  But, we will this week.  All.of.them!  Hold me to it too!

We are so excited to have this linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet! And, of course, it is a place for us moms to sometimes share middle school and high school homeschool articles we write.  We have had some extremely successful writing prompts and some that have been more challenging! As we move are about to move into our third month, I am so encouraged seeing how my own children’s writing is progressing!  I hope you are seeing the same thing!

The co-hosts for this middle and high school linkup are:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Friday.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

Please be sure to check out their articles and leave encouraging words for them!  If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

For this week’s topic we are trying something new.  Here is a website with writing prompts for March.  Students are picking one to write about it. We have some students that have just not been inspired by the writing prompts of late… so maybe opening it up to a list to choose from will motivate the creative juices to flow!


 

Middle and High School LinkUp #8

Welcome back to the Middle and High School (tweens, teens & moms) Creative Writing LinkUp! Well last week was not a stellar week here at Live and Learn Farm… I didn’t get a single post up from the Corlew boys. The sad thing is they are all written, they just need editing (mom) and I didn’t do it. So, I’m being real here… sometimes it is mom that slows progress down and not the homeschooled children.  Can you relate?

We are so excited to have this linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet! And, of course, it is a place for us moms to sometimes share middle school and high school homeschool articles we write.  We have had some extremely successful writing prompts and some that have been more challenging! As we move are about to move into our third month, I am so encouraged seeing how my own children’s writing is progressing!  I hope you are seeing the same thing!

The co-hosts for this middle and high school linkup are:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Friday.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-) 
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

Please be sure to check out their articles and leave encouraging words for them!  If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

This week’s topic is “What could you invent to make life better?“  Get creative… identify a problem, a gap, and describe an invention that could/would solve it.

For next week’s topic, let’s try something new.  Here is a website with writing prompts for March.  Pick one and write about it. We have some students that have just not been inspired by the writing prompts of late… so maybe opening it up to a list to choose from will motivate the creative juices to flow!


Middle and High School LinkUp #7

Welcome back to the Middle and High School (tweens, teens & moms) Creative Writing LinkUp!  This past week got completely away from me and two of my boys’ posts didn’t even get added to the linky. Seems this mommy has so much going on I can hardly keep up. I know you understand and have felt the same way!  But it’s a new week and here I am behind again.  I really do need about a week to catch up… I need a teacher workweek please! Well, since that isn’t happening for a couple of months, I better get to the linky, or it won’t get done tonight either!

Thank you for coming back to the LinkUp! We are so excited to have this linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet! And, of course, it is a place for us moms to sometimes share middle school and high school homeschool articles we write.  We have had some extremely successful writing prompts and some that have been more challenging! As we move through our second month, I am so encouraged seeing how my own children’s writing is progressing!  I hope you are seeing the same thing!

The co-hosts for this middle and high school linkup are:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Friday.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

Please be sure to check out their articles and leave encouraging words for them!  If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

This week’s topic is the ultimate in open-ended writing prompts! It is to write about any subject you are excited about and want to tell us about. Help us really understand why you love this topic, so give us lots of details and imagery! I am really looking forward to see what everyone writes about!

Next week’s topic is “What could you invent to make life better?“  Get creative… identify a problem, a gap, and describe an invention that could/would solve it.


Middle and High School LinkUp #6

Welcome back to the Middle and High School (tweens, teens & Moms) Creative Writing LinkUp!  We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet! And a place for us moms to have a place to sometimes share middle school and high school homeschool articles we write.  We have had some extremely successful writing prompts and some that have been more challenging! As we move into our second month, I am looking forward to seeing how our children’s writing is progressing!

The co-hosts for this middle and high school linkup are:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Friday.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-) 
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

Our linkup is steadily growing, with new student-writers finding out about us each week. Please be sure to check out their articles and leave encouraging words for them!  If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

Next week’s topic will be the ultimate in open-ended writing prompts! Write about any subject you are excited and want to tell us about. Help us really understand why you love this topic, so give us lots of details and imagery! I am really looking forward to see what everyone writes about!

This week’s topic is In 20 years….


Middle and High School LinkUp #5

 

Welcome back to the Middle and High School (tweens, teens & Moms) Creative Writing LinkUp!  We are so excited to have a linkup for our children to have a creative writing outlet! And a place for us moms to have a place to sometimes share middle school and high school homeschool articles we write.  We have had some extremely successful writing prompts and some that have been more challenging! As we move into our second month, I am looking forward to seeing how our children’s writing is progressing!

The co-hosts for this middle and high school linkup are:

Amy at Homeschool Encouragement

Clara at Clara’s Blue Moon (teen co-host)

DaLynn at Holy Splendor

Jennifer at Royal Little Lambs

Laura at Day by Day in Our World

Trish at Live and Learn Farm

Wendy at Homeschooling Blessings

Middle and High School Linkup for Students and Moms!

guidelines for the linkup:

  • The link-up will be open Monday through Friday.
  • Please link directly to the url of your post (permalink).
  • Please check back and visit at least one of student’s submissions and leave a comment for them.  Our job is to encourage writing, their Mom (or Dad) will take care of the critique :-)
  • If you don’t mind, please place the button and code in your blog post so others can find out about the linkup also!
  • That’s it!

and now it’s time for the link up!

Our linkup is steadily growing, with new student-writers finding out about us each week.  Last week was a more challenging topic “What if I were President of the United States“, so we had fewer articles.  But the ones that participated were great.  Please be sure to check out their articles and leave encouraging words for them!  If you are interested in joining us, linkup your article below. If you want to co-host, email me and let me know.  Our focus for the co-hosting is for only moms of the teens, or the teens themselves to co-host.

Next week’s topic will be pretty open-ended! Sometimes it is harder to write with a writing prompt than it is to just write. Maybe a more open ended writing prompt will help. In 20 years…. Take it any direction you want.

This week’s topic is If you were an insect, what kind would you be and why?  These should be interesting posts!