30 Journal Ideas for Tweens With Printable Journal Pages
The years between being a “child” and a “teen” can be very confusing and uncomfortable for many “tweens.” They are entering a new territory and it often comes with the pressure to fit in. They face many issues now a days that previous generations have not faced. Writing down their thoughts, helps them to look at issues on a deeper level and often times helps them to see the issue from another perspective. These 30 journal ideas for tweens will help them think for themselves and examine the issues that they face. Along with these journal ideas, you can download ten printable journal pages to make writing a little more fun.
Journal Ideas for Tweens
- What inspires you and what does it inspire you to do?
- What is your favorite saying or quote?
- If you could do anything, what would it be?
- How do you help out your family?
- What do you want to do when you are older?
- Which school subject is the hardest? Which is easiest?
- What values are important for children to know?
- What does it look like when you stand up for something you believe in?
- Who is your best friend and why?
- Where do you like to go when you are upset?
- If you could go back in history, where would you go?
- Is it okay to lie? What about a little white lie?
- Is it okay to keep secrets? Why or Why Not?
- Are you a night owl or an early bird?
- Do you act differently around your parents than your friends?
- If you could change one thing, what would it be?
- What does family mean to you?
- What is a hard lesson you have had to learn?
- Is it more important to be a friend or to be popular?
- Do you want kids when you are older? Why or Why Not?
- What is one responsibility you have and how it has helped you?
- Do you have freedom online?
- Can too much freedom online put you in danger?
- Do your parents monitor you online and are you okay with it?
- What have you accomplished that you are most proud about?
- What is something you new you have tried and how did it make you feel?
- How do you manage your money? Do you spend or save?
- Do you think it is important to help others?
- What type of books do you like to read and why?
- What is your favorite activity to do?
These journal ideas for tweens are just a jumping point and hopefully will help improve their writing skills along with making them dig deeper into what makes them tick. Don’t forget to download the printable journal pages below to give them something unique to journal on.
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