- There are 365 Journal Writing worksheets, one for each day of the year. These worksheets offer same setup for writing on each page. Each page offers different images.
- Journal Writing should be an enjoyable experience for your child. Let your child write his or her thoughts and feelings, and do not be too concerned with grammar or punctuation. Offer your help if your child wants assitance. Let your child read his or her journal page to you. Do not force your child to share it if he or she does not want to.
- Although these Journal Writing worksheets are made for children, adults may find them useful too.
- Locate the free Journal Writing worksheets here.