It’s the first day of February, which means that today we have another set of fun daily writing prompts to share with you. We hope that you enjoyed January’s writing prompts, and we invite you to share your responses with us throughout the month.
Technology’s rapid advancement carries with it constant noise pollution, so it’s no wonder that students nowadays are finding it difficult to focus on their studies. While at home, it can be tempting for students to lose themselves in mindless tablet games or plunge into the virtual world of video games and social media. With so many distractions awarding students with instant gratification, doing homework and studying becomes more of a tedious chore.
You’re two weeks into the new school year, and the summer haze still cloaks you like a dense fog as you stagger from one classroom to another. Writing a simple sentence feels awkward, and the pen in your hand seems like a foreign object. Your hand slowly regains mobility with every inky stroke, but you soon realize that with the pace you’re going, it’ll probably take you the entire afternoon to write a passable paragraph about Canada’s role in the War of 1812.