In honor of the 111th birthday of Theodor Geisel (“Dr. Seuss“) on March 2nd, we present a guest “Writing Prompt” from the incredible blog of Joe Bunting called “The Write Practice“. Joe encourages writers to PRACTICE their craft, just as we do here at Detroit Ink Publishing. This week, Joe gives you four options for a 15-minute practice writing session. Which one will you choose? Share your story in the comments section.
PRACTICE: Dr. Seuss Writing Prompts
In honor of Dr. Seuss, spend fifteen minutes using the prompts below to write:
- Write a story using only the 236 words from The Cat in the Hat found here.
- Write a story that begins and ends at home but somehow involves a brass band and the police.
- Write a story in which the main character is an animal who walks and talks like a person.
- Write a story in which a young boy or girl does not want to do something. What lengths will he or she go to not do it?
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