One Thousand Plus Inspirational Quotes – Good for Writing Prompts

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When giving writing assignments teachers often give students a prompt to start the process. I believe that the quotes I post can serve that purpose. Ask your class or kids to pick a favorite, and then ask them to write a few paragraphs about why they like the quote and what it means to them. When they finish they can write about another one. Dr. Doug Green’s Inspirational Quotes You can also print the images and use them to decorate your classroom walls once school starts or your refrigerator at home. I add one about six times a week. Each includes the Twitter name of the person that I got it from.

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