Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Journal Entry About Independence Day
Happy Fourth of July to those celebrating!
As you get ready to celebrate the Fourth of July this year, or your nation’s Independence Day, write a journal entry about what the celebration means to you and why it’s important to celebrate.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Guide For Celebrating Your Nation’s Independence Day
Today, write a guide for celebrating your nation’s Independence Day. Your audience: those who are not from your nation and may not be familiar with your nation’s celebrations.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write An Article About The History Behind Your Nation’s Flag Or One Of Its Monuments
This week we’ve been completing writing prompts for July Fourth, and independence days across the globe. Today, write an article about the history behind your nation’s flag or one of its monuments. You might be surprised by what you discover as you complete this writing prompt.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Patriotic Poem or Song
Our writing prompts this week are focused on July Fourth, and other recognized independence days around the globe. And, as we all know, patriotic poems and songs are essential to independence day celebrations. So, today let’s write a patriotic poem or song.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Real Or Fictional Scene Based On A Notable Fourth of July Painting Or Photograph
Paintings and photographs have always been able to transport us to a different time and place, and stir up strong sentiments related to where we’ve been, where we are, or where we want to be. This week, while we’re considering our upcoming Fourth of July plans (or celebrations for Independence Day), let’s consider past Fourth of July (or Independence Day) celebrations that have been captured in notable paintings or photographs. And then write a real or fictional scene that they inspire.
Today’s Writing Prompt: Write A Speech for Independence Day 2021
U.S. citizens and residents like me will celebrate their Independence Day this upcoming weekend, on Sunday, the fourth of July.
This year’s Independence Day is especially important in the U.S., in the wake of the January 6th Insurrection in the U.S. Capitol earlier this year, a highly contentious 2020 presidential election, a lingering pandemic, heightened tensions with police forces across states, climate change, disintegrating infrastructures, and divisive and volatile political tensions.
Now is the perfect time to reflect on what you want to focus on and harness for this year’s Independence Day, so that you can discuss your ideas and feelings with others. And if you’re outside the U.S., consider your own country’s independence day and what you’d like to address for it this year.