Kids Are Writers Summer Camp-Day 4

Kids are Writers, hosted by Michelle Lynn Senters is hosting an outstanding  Summer Camp- Day 4 for children, age 8 through adults.

Kids Are Writers

The writing prompt for the fourth day of camp is to invent a holiday.  The writing prompt indicates to use your imagination and write about a realistic holiday that can be celebrated each and every year.  The day of celebration can be fictional, Michelle states, “It can be a magical holiday you celebrate in your imagination.”

KAW Summer Camp Day 4

Amazing!  My thoughts and ideas are sparking as I have memories of my Grandpa William J. Seibold [DOB 1895] and Grandma Mathilda Thiesen Seibold [DOB 1900].  The white farmhouse on the plains of North Dakota, the fields of golden wheat fields with John Deere tractors and farm equipment, the outdoor family gatherings and picnics where we enjoyed healthy meals prepared from a bountiful garden harvest, and many more wonderful childhood memories, sparks some writing ideas in my mind.

Time to recreate some memories write them on paper.  Time to create a memory of celebration.



About Prairie Garden Girl

I am a wife who is adored by my Sweet Perry. Together we are parents to five boys and grandparents to seven unique grands. Pa Perry and Oma Sue love instilling the love of learning in the hearts of Johannah, Joshua & Jaxon; Henry & Charlotte and Lily & Lane. I am a reader. I am an aspiring children's picture book writer. I am a creator who sews and paints with acrylics and watercolors and sketches with colored pencil. I am an educator to hundreds of students, throughout the years. I am a cyclist on a pink Marin Portofina, and a 5K jogger. Perry and I are organic gardeners and enjoy homesteading on the Illinois prairie. Life is a beautiful ride with my Sweet P. Together, Perry and I feel life is a journey filled with joy. We want to live our lives by leaving the world a better place.
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