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It’s In The Mail! - Epistolary Poems: Prompts for Writing Outside

<p>This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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Allow Me To Introduce … Character-Driven Stories: Prompts for Writing Outside

<p>This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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Once Upon A…Storytime!: Prompts for writing outside

<p>This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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Dear Diary…Record-Keeping Stories: Prompts for writing outside

<p> This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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Looking Forward To It! Stories set in the future: Prompts for Writing Outside

<p>This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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Pocket-Sized Poetry: Haiku Prompts for Writing Outside

<p>This resource is available to support place-based writing outside anytime of year and comes with related resources and age-level recommendations. Originally developed for Write Out (writeout.nwp.org).</p>
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