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Opinion writing prompts

Use these opinion or argumentative writing prompts to help your students to state a point of view, and then provide facts and reasoned arguments to support that viewpoint. The goal of this kind of writing is to convince the reader to share the writer's opinion.

Writing prompts for kids

The key to helping students be better writers, is getting them to write more each day. Don’t worry we know that’s easier said than done! Our writing prompts can help teachers spice up their writing instruction and give students the inspiration needed to get writing.

Writing prompts for younger students

Get students of all ages writing with these writing prompts for younger students. Including our visual prompts which are a great way to inspire writing, especially for students aged between six and twelve.

Creative writing prompts

Get students writing with our ultimate list of creative writing prompts. Helping students explore their curiosity and giving them the push they need to get started with writing.

Journal writing prompts

If you’re looking for new ways to get your students writing, our journal writing prompts can help get them thinking. Providing each student with the opportunity to connect with what they’re writing by expressing their own individuality in response to the questions and statements.

The words and winners of the WriQ Word Challenge

In November, we launched the WriQ Word Challenge to help teachers get students writing a little more each day. And six months, 463 schools and hundreds of thousands of words later, we have our winners.
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Google Story Builder

In this post we share a short demonstration of how Google Story Builder works along with some ideas for using this cool writing tool in the classroom.

Student writing analytics at the touch of a button

Learn about the latest update to WriQ that allows teachers to see students' real time writing analytics

Get to Know Your Students with our WriQ Challenge

We want to hear what writing prompts you use (or plan to use) in your classroom to get to know your students at the beginning of the year.
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