Wednesday, September 23

Journaling For Children

I have been incorporating a daily writing/journaling practice into my life for a few years now. It brings me peace, I am able to work through and express emotions, and I am able to organize my thoughts. Usually I like to write at night when I am winding down for the day but lately I have been writing during the day. My daughter has always been intrigued with my journaling, so I like to keep blank notebooks for her to write and draw in. 
Since beginning a new homeschool year with my daughter, I have decided to incorporate journaling into her school day. Have a look below to see what journals we are using and what I believe you would enjoy using as well. 

Journaling For Children - TheDailyAprilnAva


My daughter has been enjoying her new Your Diary. She loves that it has a lock on it to keep her thoughts private and I love that is a guided diary. She also enjoys free writing and drawing in her Unicorn Diary with the blank pages. 


Here are a few other journals that would be good to incorporate into your child's day. I have friends who practice gratitude jornaling with their children. I've also seen advertisements for this growth mindset journal and I will probably be trying this out soon for my daughter. This question a day journal looks fun to use as well! 


 

This homeschool year is the perfect time to incorporate personal writing and journaling into my daughter's day. She is learning to gather her thoughts and express them in a creative and meaningful way. Do you have children who like to write or journal? Are you a journaling mama? Let me know in the comments below. Until next time!
April K.
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