LOOKING FOR WRITING PROMPTS AND STORY IDEAS?
MakeBeliefsComix.com creator Bill Zimmerman has made it his life's work to create books, newspaper features and educational resources that help people of all ages find their writer's voice and express their deepest thoughts and feelings. Many users of MakeBeliefsComix.com have asked for more help in their writing. In response, the site offers a number of his pioneering writing prompts to help students communicate their ideas.  These include:

HUNDREDS OF PRINTABLES

Stir your imagination by filling in with words and art our spectacular Make Beliefs printables!

SOMETHING TO WRITE ABOUT

Discover your writer's voice blog. These provocative writing prompts are to get you thinking and writing. Your written responses may also be published on the blog.

STORY IDEAS

Take a look here for ideas and inspiration for creating your comix!

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FREE E-BOOKS

These books are filled with writing prompts. You can type your responses directly on the computer screen and save what you write.

MAKEBELIEFSCOMIX

Choose the characters you like, click some talk and thought balloons over their heads and begin writing your comix story for the day – it can be happy, funny, sad and serious, whatever you want to convey. You’ll find that as you match words with different characters you’ll have so much to say. And, if writing is a problem, work with a partner and build your comix together.

WRITING CATEGORY (PRINTABLES)

These printable writing prompts are to get you thinking and writing.

A BOOK OF QUESTIONS – BILINGUAL

These pages are taken from Bill Zimmerman's "A Book of Questions: A Playful Journal to Keep Thoughts & Feelings."

DAILY COMIC DIARY

This gives students many ideas for content that could be used to create comix about something they learned or read or experienced each day.

IDEA CATCHER FOR KIDS CATEGORY (PRINTABLES)

These writing prompts are from Bill Zimmerman’s book, "Idea Catcher for Kids."

FACEBOOK WRITING PROMPTS


Facebook Writing Prompts Discover new comic writing prompts at www.facebook.com/MakeBeliefs. On this page, MakeBeliefscomix creator Bill Zimmerman posts comic strip panels in which a comic character raises a provocative, interesting question, and students can write their responses by creating comic strips at MakeBeliefsComix.com, or by writing and drawing them free hand.

VISIT BILLZ TREASURE CHEST

You can also find more writing prompt ideas taken from Bill Zimmerman's many books at his other web site www.billztreasurechest.com.